CEOs from four major US passenger and freight carriers advocated for a light regulatory touch on matters of economics and innovation, saying heavy-handed regulation could reduce the competitiveness of US airlines. The discussion took place during a panel on new technology and emerging businesses held at the Airlines for America 2018 Commercial Aviation Industry Summit in Washington DC. Calling economic regulation a “slippery slope,” Alaska Air CEO Bradley Tilden said that while ...

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