Delta Air Lines and US Airways this week jointly filed suit in a US federal court seeking a reversal of the US Dept. of Transportation's requirement that they divest 14 slot pairs at Washington National and 20 at New York LaGuardia as a condition of approving the carriers' massive slot-swap deal (ATW Daily News, May 7). The airlines said in a regulatory filing that they "did not intend to proceed with the [slot-swap] transaction under the conditions imposed" but would ...

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