It is America’s latest Gulf war, pitting the giants of US aviation against their wealthy upstart rivals from the UAE and Qatar – and both sides are crying foul at the other’s practices. The Open Skies treaty that allows all airlines involved to operate freely is at risk after the big three US carriers asked the American administration to rip up or redraw the agreements. Some warn that the bubbling dispute could threaten the foundations of modern flying and even trigger a full-blown trade war. The airlines involved are Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways on one side and Delta, United and American Airlines on the other. Sir Tim Clark, the British chief executive of Emirates, said: “We didn’t want this fight. But we’re not some African or Asian minnow."
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