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The subsidization of Emirates, Etihad and Qatar airlines by the governments of the United Arab Emirates and Qatar is harming carriers in Southeast Asia, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia,...
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The Machinists Union (IAM) continues to oppose Delta on key issues that affect jobs at U.S. airlines. This week the IAM issued a call to action for its 600,000 members to support a full...
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Gulf carriers have effectively conceded they have received tens of billions of dollars in subsidies and other benefits from their governments. That’s just part of what the Partnership for Open &...
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Emirates Airline filed a lengthy response this week attempting to explain the $6.8 billion in subsidies and benefits it has received from the United Arab Emirates government to fund its airline in...
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Delta airplanes will continue taking off and landing at Dallas Love Field until a final ruling about gate allocations at the airport is made. Delta currently operates service on a Southwest Airlines...
Dallas Love Field
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The Department of Transportation has told the city of Dallas that it must accommodate Delta at Dallas Love Field, an airport with limited gate space that is coveted because of its proximity to...
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Much of the discussion about the government-subsidized Gulf airlines – Qatar, Etihad and Emirates airlines – centers on the aviation agreements between the U.S. and their home countries of Qatar and...
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They are subsidized. These airlines are owned by their governments in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. And their governments give them money. A lot of it. An investigation by Delta, United and...
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With massive government subsidies and other unfair benefits fueling unprecedented growth, the Gulf carriers - Qatar, Etihad and Emirates - are increasingly targeting the U.S., including international...
The unprecedented subsidies and other unfair benefits provided to the three major Middle Eastern carriers violate "Open Skies" and put U.S. airline jobs at risk.

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