Angry Kalitta Air calls on US to act over its loss of slots at Schiphol Airport

February 11, 2019 Alex Lennane

US carrier Kalitta Air has called for sanctions on the Dutch government, Schiphol and Stichting Airport Coordination Netherlands (ACNL), alleging its slots were “wrongfully withheld”.
It also alleged discrimination, claiming: “At the same time, Dutch carriers and others are being permitted to continue operations in competition with Kalitta.”
Kalitta claims the Netherlands acted contrary to three articles of the Air Transport Agreement between the US and EU, and that its actions have ...

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