Join us in thanking President Trump for his leadership on trade enforcement and for standing up for U.S. workers by putting an end to Qatar’s illegal aviation subsidies.

Ask him to take similarly swift and strong action in putting an end to the UAE’s aviation trade cheating by signing our petition.

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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