This may not pertain to civil liberties as such, but the unhelpful cataloguing system doesn't provide a relevant area, and this seems to be home of 'gripes with the E.U.'


Since 2007, E.U. and U.S. Airlines have been able to operate any route within the E.U., or between the E.U. and the U.S.. However, E.U. airlines have not in turn been granted the right to operate flights within the U.S.. This is unfair. Either amend the legislation, or do away with it altogether.

Why is this idea important?

Airlines are struggling, but the U.K. has many large airlines, which are major employers. All I ask is for a level playing field against their U.S. rivals.

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