DOT plans to reject airlines' antitrust immunity request

The Department of Transportation has issued a preliminary ruling that rejects an antitrust immunity request from Delta and Virgin Blue of Australia. The request would have allowed the carriers to coordinate schedules and fares on trans-Pacific routes. The DOT said in its tentative decision that the airlines "failed to show that their alliance would have positive effects for consumers, such as lower fares or increased capacity."

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