WSJ Editorial: Justice Department action is not helping travelers

An editorial by the Wall Street Journal says the Justice Department should rethink its stance against the American Airlines-US Airways merger. "Healthy companies have the capital to field a modern fleet capable of comfortable, reliable service," the editorial states. "Neither travelers nor taxpayers are served by arbitrary antitrust enforcement that mistakes profits for monopoly pricing."

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