Column: Value of airline joint ventures open to debate

03/23/2010 | Travel Weekly

The Department of Justice has said the global joint ventures between airlines fail its antitrust test, but the Department of Transportation has ruled that such arrangements meet its standards for antitrust immunity. Airlines, passengers, travel agents and other industry participants are generally for or against the alliances and the debate over their value continues. While the concept of joint ventures is not new, the effects of airline JVs are still emerging, with their long-term impacts on pricing and service unknown.

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