Over the past decade, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have undermined their trade agreements with the United States by providing their state-owned airlines with more than $50 billion in illegal subsidies.

Both the United Arab Emirates and Qatar have agreed to greater financial transparency, an end to illegal subsidy practices, and a freeze on new routes into the United States.

Now they must be held accountable, sign our petition asking the Trump Administration to ensure Qatar and the United Arab Emirates keep their promise, end the subsidies, and open their books.

50

BILLION IN SUBSIDIES OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS

1,500

U.S. AVIATION JOBS LOST FOR EVERY ROUTE LOST OR FORGONE TO SUBSIDIZED COMPETITION

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