Four of the largest U.S. airlines plan to collaborate on an independently owned Internet travel portal that will challenge the largest travel sites in the industry. United, Northwest, Delta and Continental are the founding partners of the online service that is scheduled to launch in the first half of 2000. The carriers claim the site will provide published and Internet-only fares as well as travel features such as hotel and car rental services. The unnamed web site will offer advance ...

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