WASHINGTON—Delta Air Lines pilots are asking the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to review the Delta-Aeroméxico transborder joint venture (JV), saying the increased U.S. job and career opportunities promised by the alliance have failed to materialize. When DOT granted antitrust immunity (ATI) to the carriers in 2016, it set the grant to expire every five years pending a comprehensive review of the JV’s merits. Delta and Aeroméxico have petitioned DOT to ...

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