Hawaiian Airlines is putting together arguments it hopes will convince U.S. authorities to reverse an earlier ruling and allow the airline to form a joint venture with Japan Airlines (JAL). The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on Oct. 3 issued a tentative decision to approve the partnership but reject important aspects of the proposed joint venture that required antitrust immunity (ATI). Hawaiian intends to submit more information in an effort to persuade DOT to approve the proposal ...

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