U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder today said the Justice Department will only reach an out-of-court settlement with American Airlines and US Airways if the operators “fundamentally resolve the concerns” listed in the regulator’s lawsuit against their proposed merger. Those concerns involve more than 1,000 domestic routes currently operated by the two airlines that the Justice Department deemed anti-competitive should the two companies consolidate. All three parties are in mediated ...
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