Fresh off the completion of its integration with Northwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines finds itself facing some new challenges that could threaten its competitive advantages internationally and in a key domestic market. United Airlines’ merger with Continental Airlines will contest Delta’s network supremacy among U.S.-based carriers and create an even stronger New York-area airport competitor. American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia started their joint venture across the Atlantic, ...

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