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ATLANTA and SYDNEY - Delta Air Lines and Virgin Australia Airlines today welcomed the U.S.
ATLANTA - Delta Air Lines and Virgin Australia Airlines today welcomed the U.S.
CHICAGO AND TOKYO – United Airlines, Continental Airlines and ANA today announced the U.S.
FORT WORTH, Texas and TOKYO, Japan - American Airlines and Japan Airlines, both members of the oneworld® Alliance, today welcomed an order issued by the United States Department of Transportation (DO
NEW YORK — The Transportation Department has given antitrust immunity to American Airlines and foreign partners, which will let the airlines work together to set fares and schedules across the Atlan
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) gave its tentative approval to grant antitrust immunity to American Airlines and four oneworld partners to form a global alliance.
United Airlines, All Nippon Airways (ANA), and Continental Airlines today filed an application with the US Department of Transportation for antitrust immunity to enable the three carriers to create a
The U.S. Department of Justice has approved Continental Airlines' application to join the Star Alliance and get antitrust immunity for much of its dealings with other airlines.
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) today approved the application for Continental Airlines to join the existing antitrust immunized alliance including United Airlines and eight other Star Allia
WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department opposes Continental Airlines Inc.'s broad request for antitrust immunity to work more closely with United Airlines and other carriers on international service.
The pilots of United Airlines are asking President Obama to step in and persuade the Department of Transportation (DOT) to delay approving United Airlines' and Continental Airlines' application for St
CEOs from major US and Europe airports are joining Airports' Coalition for Alliance Benefits (ACAB) to urge the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to swiftly approve the joint application of Americ
American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia Airlines, Finnair, and Royal Jordanian today filed letters of support with the US Department of Transportation from 216 nonprofit organizations and education
FORT WORTH, TX (September 12, 2008) - According to American Airlines (AA), British Airways (BA) and Iberia Airlines (IA), Virgin Atlantic (VA) has resorted to baseless arguments and hypocritical scare