Days before the end of the Clinton administration, DOT presented its long-awaited airline competition approach, saying that guidelines would be premature and that it should build standards based on case-by-case reviews. DOT based its conclusion on three reports, released yesterday, that detail its review of airlines' competition concerns. The department proposed competition guidelines nearly three years ago and reviewed more than 5,000 comments, which form the basis of the ...

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