Air France KLM, Cathay Pacific Airways, Martinair and SAS Group all reached agreement with the US Dept. of Justice to plead guilty in US court and pay criminal fines "for participating in a multiyear conspiracy to fix prices for air cargo rates," DOJ said yesterday. AF KLM will pay a $350 million fine, Cathay has agreed to pay $60 million, Martinair $42 million and SAS $52 million, bringing the total imposed by DOJ during its investigation into air cargo antitrust violations to $1.27 ...

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