The Hill: Bowing To Big 3 Demands Would Hurt The Economy

David Bronzcek, Mark Dunkerley, William Flynn, and Robin Hayes – November 20, 2015


America’s three most powerful air carriers are asking the government to raise new barriers that would limit competition among passenger and cargo airlines, and raise prices for consumers. American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines (or the Big 3) are demanding the United States freeze new U.S. routes for airlines from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar, and renegotiate its Open Skies agreements with those countries.

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