Airline alliances are like mergers -- without the hassles

10/23/2007 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

Airline mergers are notoriously difficult, and federal regulations forbid foreign ownership of U.S. carriers. Forming alliances is one way airlines can get around those obstacles, and the Delta-Air France alliance announced last week is a good example of the strategy. "That's as close to a merger as you can get without actually merging," said an airline analyst.

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