Lawmakers say mergers could lead to job cuts, higher fares

01/22/2008 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Some lawmakers are raising concerns that airline consolidation could lead to job cuts and higher ticket prices. Analysts claim that some airlines, meanwhile, believe that mergers have a better chance of passing regulatory scrutiny under the Bush administration than under the next administration.

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