Slots at Reagan National Airport under review

07/3/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport is an area of focus for antitrust regulators' review of the proposed American Airlines-US Airways merger. US Airways holds more than half of the airport's slots, but US Airways CEO Doug Parker said divesting slots could harm service to smaller cities. "If US Airways or the new American were asked to divest slots, we would, by definition, divest those that are the least lucrative to the airline," US Airways CEO Doug Parker said.

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