Aviation policy favors network carriers, according to some startups

Startup airlines like Virgin America say the U.S. aviation system is stacked in favor of established carriers. Limits on foreign ownership, controls over airport gates and even frequent-flier programs make it difficult for even the best-run new entrants to compete in the long term, according to some critics.

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