The UAE and Qatar have engaged in unfair and unequal competition by providing their national airlines — Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways — with an estimated $50 billion in subsidies.
U.S. airlines are being sabotaged by unfair competition on global flights, putting at risk the hub-and-spoke system that supports their ability to connect small- and medium-sized airports to larger hubs and global destinations.
President Trump’s recent executive action calling for a federal investigation into foreign steel arriving into the United States is the…
subsidy allows the state-owned carriers to fly where and when they want, without regard to free-market signals, incentives or discipline.
This week, the U.S. Travel Association will bring industry professionals to Washington, D.C., for their annual meeting.
Forbes Opinion: United Airlines President Says Emirates Tests Trump with Money-Losing Athens-Newark Flight
United President Scott Kirby says Emirates will lose an estimated $25 million to $30 million annually on its Athens-Newark route, where service begins Sunday.