FAA approves Delta-Northwest plan to combine operations

09/23/2008 | MarketWatch · Forbes · Detroit News, The · CNNMoney

Northwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines have received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for their plan to transition to a single operating certificate. "Acceptance of our plan lays the groundwork for a smooth transition of our operations," said Ken Hylander, a senior vice president at Northwest. "Our ultimate goal is to implement a seamless transition for our customers and this is a big step toward that end." The carriers expect to receive regulatory approval for their merger by the end of the year.

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