American Airlines and US Airways have slammed the U.S. Justice Departmentâ€™s (DOJ) arguments in their replies to the departmentâ€™s efforts to block their proposed merger. In responses filed to the U.S. District Court in Washington late Sept. 10, the two carriers systematically refute the allegations made by the DOJ in its lawsuit. They also went a step further by heavily criticizingâ€”at times almost ridiculingâ€”the DOJâ€™s rationale for opposing the merger. American says the DOJ, in ...
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