Foreign efforts to partner with U.S. airlines fail to take off

As more U.S. airlines merge, foreign airlines have shown an increased interest in forming partnerships to get in on the act, but U.S. regulators have turned down some propositions out of concerns about market dominance. In addition, U.S. Department of Transportation regulations limit the amount of ownership a foreign airline can have in a domestic airline to 25%.

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