DOJ Approves Alaska-Virgin Merger

Credit: Alaska Airlines
BOSTON-Alaska Airlines can acquire Virgin America, but only if it cuts down on its codesharing with American Airlines, the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) said Dec. 6. The merger, valued at $4 billion, would create the fifth-largest U.S. airline. Alaska Airlines and Virgin America have said that the...

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