U.S. Government Tentatively Approves Delta-WestJet JV

Delta and Westjet
Credit: Delta Air Lines
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has tentatively granted antitrust immunity to the proposed Delta Air Lines-WestJet transborder joint venture (JV), but with conditions that the carriers must accept. “The department is proposing, as a condition of approval, that the carriers remove...

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