With the merger behind it, Delta spends big on phase two
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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