Blog: End restrictions on foreign ownership of U.S. airlines

08/16/2011 | Flying Lessons blog

Blogger Christine Negroni says the restrictions mandated by the Federal Aviation Act on foreign ownership of U.S. airlines are outdated. "U.S. airlines are left watching the party, creating code shares and partnership agreements with foreign airlines, and wondering just how adequate a substitute these deals are for the real thing," writes Negroni.

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