Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, the chief executives of three US airlines – American Airlines, United Continental and Delta Air Lines – have stated that they want the US government to modify or terminate air treaties with two Persian Gulf nations. The newspaper reports that the executives feel that the subsidies and government policies for the three Gulf carriers is distorting global air transportation, and that the open-skies treaties with the US have helped them fly and set rates freely.

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