ATA protests U.S. government aid to foreign carriers

11/14/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The · Airwise

The Air Transport Association has sent a letter to U.S. Export-Import Bank Chairman Fred Hochberg protesting the U.S. government's aid to foreign buyers of Boeing jets such as Air India. "The bank's support for foreign airlines injures U.S. carriers," said Michael K. Kellogg, ATA outside counsel. "The Export-Import Bank's general counsel said in a response letter ... the bank stood by its decisions and processes, although it would investigate some of ATA's assertions about its procedures," an article says.

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