South African regional Airlink responded to the South Africa Competition Commission's announcement regarding an investigation into possible collusion on airfares for flights during this summer's World Cup (ATWOnline, Jan. 8). The Commission said South African Airways divulged e-mails with "indications that the airlines might adjust airfares." In a statement, Airlink said it "has not participated in any such discussions" and that it was referenced by the Commission because an Airlink employee ...

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