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Big Three Airlines Try To Bully Their Way On Open Skies

Posted on June 11, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Key private sector leaders are urging the Obama administration to resist changes to the Open Skies international aviation treaties — including the CEOs of Alaska Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue Airways, whose industry partners American, Delta and United are leading the charge to tamper with the agreements.

U.S. Travel Association press release here

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