My proposal, of course. Competition is always a good thing, and I think the US airline industry needs an infusion of competition from premium airlines on long domestic routes. Allow Emirates, Qatar, Singapore, Cathay, etc., to bid on US transcon routes (or any route over 3 hrs long), awarding two of them with multiple frequencies each. This I think will force US airlines to offer better services, while still competing on price. Of course, none of the airlines will be able to compete in terms of pure frequency, but if EK offers for instance a 777-300er from JFK-LAX at peak hour, you can't tell me that the typical high yielding passenger is still going to choose an AA 762ER.
Could it work?