U.S. Tentatively Approves Aer Lingus’ Entry Into Transatlantic Joint Venture
Aer Lingus has been granted tentative approval to join an existing antitrust-immune transatlantic joint venture that includes American Airlines, British Airways (BA), Iberia and Finnair. The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) said the provisional ruling would allow Aer Lingus to be integrated into...
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