LAN Airlines and Grupo TAM have accepted most of the 14 demands Chile’s antitrust court requires to approve their proposed merger, including the mandate they affiliate with just one alliance, but are appealing three measures they deem “unconstitutional and disproportionately severe.” At issue are the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia’s (TDLC’s) call to end all code share agreements with airlines outside the chosen alliance, which is expected to be Oneworld, and the unfettered ...
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