FIGHT FOR "OPEN SKIES"
Table of contents
Share
Metrics
FIGHT FOR "OPEN SKIES"
Annotation
PII
S0321-50750000616-3-1
Publication type
Article
Status
Published
Authors
Alekseyi Tyrtov 
Pages
52-58
Abstract
The Article considers a dispute between the biggest Gulf (Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways) and USA (Delta, United, American) Airlines. Formerly USA initiated the Open Skies policy liberalizing an intentional air travel to establish favorable conditions for USA airlines. Currently the lead Gulf carries intensively use this policy for their routes expansion. Not all actors are ready to accept such scenario. The Article examines USA airlines’ charges and the Gulf airlines’ denials.
Keywords
the Open Skies policy, Gulf and the USA Airlines, travel liberalization
Date of publication
01.02.2016
Number of purchasers
0
Views
146
Readers community rating
0.0 (0 votes)
Cite Download pdf

To download PDF you should sign in

1

References



Additional sources and materials

1. The World's Top 100 Airlines in 2014 // Skytrax World Airline Awards - http://www.worldairlineawards. com/Awards/world_airline_rating.html 
2. Emirates Airline assembles top team to rebut US carriers' allegations over subsidies // The National, 07.03.2015 - http://www.thenational.ae/business/aviation/ emirates-airline-assembles-top-team-to-rebut-us-carriers- allegations-over-subsidies
3. Etihad orders 56 widebodies, plus 26 options // Airheadsfly.com, 17.11.2013 - http://airheadsfly.com/ 2013/11/17/etihad-orders-56-widebodies-plus-26-options
4. Etihad Airways' Issues Rebuttal to U.S. Carriers' Unfair Subsidies Allegations // Skift, 02.06.2015 - http://skift.com/2015/06/02/etihad-airways-rebuttal-to-u- s-carriers-unfair-subsidies-allegations
5. Etihad in strongest bid yet to quash ‘Big Three' subsidies claims // Arabian Business, 02.06.2015 - http://www.arabianbusiness.com/etihad-in-strongest-bid- yet-quash-big-three-subsidies-claims-594723.html
6. Emirates' response to claims raised about state-owned airlines in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, p. 177. 29.06.2015 - http://content.emirates.com/downloads/ek/ pdfs/openskies_rebuttal/EK_Response_Main.pdf
7. Etihad Airways' CEO James Hogan says keep skies open // Arabian Aerospace, 3.06.2015 - http://www.arabi- anaerospace.aero/etihad-airways-ceo-james-hogan-says- keep-skies-open.html
8. UAE carrier plans to maximize Open Skies Agreements // Aviation week. 10.06.2013 - http://aviationweek.com/awin/uae-carrier-plans-maximize-open-skies-agreements
9. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)- http://www.icao.int/Pages/freedomsAir.aspx
10. Allies home to fast-growing rivals for U.S. air carriers //Roll Call, 18.09.2014 - http://blogs.rollcall.com/thecontainer/geostrategic-allies-home-to-fast-growing-rivalsfor-u-s-air-carriers/ Emirates to add A380 service to Milan // BussinesTraveller. 07.10.2014 - http://www.businesstraveller.com/news/100932/emirates-to-add-a380-service-to-milan
11. Restoring Open Skies: The Need to Address Subsidized Competition from Stated-Owned Airlines in Qatar and the UAE // Skift, 28.01.2015 - http://skift.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/White.Paper-2.pdf
12. U.S. Open Skies Policy Comes Under Scrutiny //Aviation week. 29.01.2015 - http://aviationweek.com/commercial-aviation/us-open-skies-policy-comes-underscrutiny10 Lufthansa CEO dismisses ‘cowboy' tactics used by UScarriers in Gulf spat // Arabian Business, 13.03.2015 -http://www.arabianbusiness.com/lufthansa-ceo-dismissescowboy-tactics-used-by-us-carriers-in-gulf-spat-585414.html#.VhFoneztmko
13. Open-Skies Agreement challenged // New York Times,06.02.1015 - http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/07/business/us-airlines-challenge-open-skies-agreements.html
14. Financial & other governmental benefits provided to american airlines, delta air lines & united airlines // Risk Advisory Group, 14.05.2015 - http://www.businesstravelcoalition.com/documents/financial-other-government.pdf
15. Etihad Airways says US carriers get $70 bln in government aid // Harriyet Daily News, 15.05.2015 -http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/etihad-airways-says-uscarriers-get-70-bln-in-government-aid.aspx?pageID=238& nid=82453