Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico can set prices and coordinate schedules for flights between the U.S. and Mexico, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) tentatively ruled last Friday, but the ruling comes with caveats and faces challenges from other U.S. carriers. The proposal grants the airlines partial immunity from U.S. antitrust law. In addition, the U.S. DOT proposed giving up valuable slots at busy airports slots to bolster competition.
If finalized, the decision will increase Delta ...
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