Aviation regulators in the U.S. and Europe, soon to be immersed in the biggest transatlantic antitrust immunity applications in more than four years, will find that the competition issues on which such proposals turn are more complicated than ever. When U.S. Transportation Dept. executives and European Union competition officials return from their summer vacations, they will find proposals from: -- Oneworld partners American Airlines and British Airways, who are resurrecting a ...
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