The US and the United Arab Emirates have reportedly signed a deal aimed at ending a long-running dispute, with US carriers accusing Emirates and Etihad of receiving billions of dollars in government subsidies. The deal will see the Emirati airlines open up their financials while freezing their expansion of flights to the US from Europe and Asia. Under the deal, Dubai-based Emirates and Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways agreed to voluntarily publish annual financial statements consistent with internationally recognized accounting standards. In a separate agreement, the Emiratis say they have no plans to add more so-called “fifth freedom flights,” in which passengers can fly to or from the US to third countries without setting foot in the UAE. US carriers have argued that those flights undercut their own routes. The deal closely mirrors one reached in January between the US and Qatar.