How flights like the one from Houston to Manchester, England, on Singapore Airlines use a 74-year-old treaty to skirt regulations about who can fly where.
The Wall Street Journal
Oct. 31, 2018 9:29 a.m. ET
Manchester, England Roberto Frigeni, a shipping executive based in Houston, had to make a business trip to Manchester, England. So why did he fly Singapore Airlines? He was taking advantage of a quirk in international aviation law and loving every minute of it….
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