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Recent Headlines

Middle-Eastern Cheaters Leave US Airlines Flying Blind

President Trump is set to visit the Middle East next week, and if early indicators are any guide, this will be no Obama-style “apology tour.” If anything, it’s more likely to be a tour that demands apologies from most of the countries being visited.

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Ensuring ‘Open Skies’ still flies

As President Reagan’s former transportation secretary, it’s gratifying to see Washington is finally finding the gas pedal when it comes to infrastructure. We all have seen the cost of poor infrastructure, slowing down both us and U.S. businesses.

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The Big Three: U.S. Airlines Versus Persian Gulf Carriers

Less than a decade ago, there was only one flight a day from the United States to the UAE and Qatar—a New York to Dubai route operated by Emirates. Today, the three Gulf mega-carriers, Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways, operate 25 daily nonstop flights from the U.S. to the Gulf.

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