US Dept. of Transportation proposed Wednesday to revoke antitrust immunity from tariff-coordination meetings organized by IATA to set passenger fares and cargo rates for flights from the US to Europe and Australia. In a show-cause order, DOT "tentatively concluded that changes in international aviation services, such as the growth of international airline alliances, have made the pricing conferences unnecessary." In a statement, the agency said it "found that airlines can establish interline ...

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