The U.S. Justice Department has closed its investigation into United Airlines’ proposed merger with Continental Airlines, a move that effectively allows for the creation of the world’s largest carrier. The decision was announced late Aug. 27 just hours after Continental unveiled a deal to lease 18 slot pairs at its Newark Liberty International Airport hub to Southwest Airlines to resolve an issue raised by Justice (DAILY, Aug. 30). “We are pleased to have achieved this critical ...
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