Alaska Air Group reaches deal with DOJ to allow Virgin America buy

Credit: Alaska Airlines
Alaska Air Group and the US Department of Justice (DOJ) have agreed to terms that will allow for regulatory approval of Alaska’s $4 billion acquisition of Virgin America , which Alaska said it plans to close “in the very near future.” Seattle-based Alaska, parent of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air...

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