Air France KLM and Martinair agreed to pay €87 million ($110 million) to settle civil antitrust claims in the US related to price-fixing in the air cargo business on flights to/from the US between 2000 and 2006. The agreement is subject to court approval. AF KLM and Martinair pleaded guilty in a US federal court in 2008 and paid $350 million in criminal fines "for participating in a multiyear conspiracy to fix prices for air cargo rates" (ATW Daily News, June 27, ...

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