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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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A new report says that the rapid, government-subsidized expansion of capacity by Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Emirates into the United States is following a historical pattern that points to...
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Gulf airlines heavily subsidized by their governments are causing a potentially devastating economic impact to U.S. markets. That’s what a report issued by expert industry economist Bill Swelbar...
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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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WASHINGTON - Delta employees have flooded House and Senate members' offices this month, asking them to urge the U.S. government to address the massive subsidies Qatar and United Arab Emirates are...
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DETROIT - Delta CEO Richard Anderson took his message of unfair competition to 300 Michigan business leaders, representatives and students, addressing subsidies that state-owned airlines receive from...
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Ford Field is the latest backdrop against which CEO Richard Anderson will talk about why government subsidies that state-owned Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways receive are unfair,...
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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...

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