US Airways CEO calls for national airline policy

06/20/2013 | Travel Weekly

US Airways CEO Doug Parker has not sought out the spotlight, but he will take center stage as the leader of the merged US Airways-American Airlines carrier. Parker said a national airline policy will help the carrier compete in the global market. "[W]e're working very hard together to impress upon our government the need for a national aviation policy that won't put us at a disadvantage to carriers from foreign countries that get [government] support," he said.

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