Delta Air Lines is asking the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) to disregard US Airways’ request for new Brazil frequencies that become available to U.S. carriers this year and next. Delta in 2011 agreed to transfer some of its Brazil route rights to US Airways as part of their “slot swap” deal at New York LaGuardia and Ronald Reagan Washington National airports. “It is very important that Delta receive an allocation of frequencies to offset the required transfer to US Airways, which ...
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