The CEOs of American Airlines and Delta Air Lines met with Secretary of State John Kerry as they stepped up their fight against what they say is unfair competition from the three biggest Middle East airlines.
It remains unclear, however, whether the Obama administration will accept the CEOs' argument that the Middle East carriers are heavily subsidized by their governments. The U.S. airlines first lodged their complaints early this year.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and Delta CEO Richard Anderson met with Kerry in Washington on Thursday. The State Department said Kerry indicated that the administration is still reviewing the CEOs' complaints.
Kerry is meeting the...