Although the three largest US carriers are stepping up their lobbying efforts with the new administration to curtail Gulf carriers’ access to the US, the CEOs of two smaller US airlines are resolute in their continuing support for US open skies policy. New York-based low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways CEO Robin Hayes and Hawaiian Airlines CEO Mark Dunkerley remain committed to supporting the US open skies policy—even as Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Chicago-based United Airlines ...

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