Breeze slams Reagan National entry requirements as major carriers wrangle for new slots

Breeze Airways' first A220-300 aircraft

Source: Breeze Airways

Start-up Breeze Airways and several non-profit groups are criticising as anti-competitive a plan under which the US Department of Transportation (DOT) is allocated additional take-off and landing rights at Ronald Reagan Washington National airport.

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