The chief executives of the two major airlines based in North Texas would have plenty to discuss with President Donald Trump during a meeting Thursday in which airline executives are scheduled to talk aviation issues at the White House.

For starters, flights to Cuba, expansion of a Qantas-American Airlines alliance, an ongoing feud between U.S. and Middle East carriers, and the Trump-imposed travel ban would top a long list of potential topics with the president.

But Doug Parker, CEO of Fort Worth-based…