A bipartisan group of leading lawmakers from the House of Representatives and Senate committees overseeing the airline industry have expressed concern about the U.S. Justice Department’s (DOJ’s) recent accord with AMR Corp. and US Airways and are seeking guarantees from the regulator that services to small communities will be maintained after the two airlines merge. The DOJ’s agreement with AMR and US Airways requires the divestiture of gates and slots at major hub airports, with most ...
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