Delta Air Lines is exploring making Aeromexico a “second-tier” member of the Delta-Air France-KLM-Alitalia transatlantic joint venture (JV), according to Delta CEO Ed Bastian. Atlanta-based Delta and Aeromexico launched an antitrust-immunized transborder JV in May 2017. Delta owns 36.2% of Aeromexico. Delta is also part of two antitrust-immunized transatlantic JVs: one with Air France-KLM and Alitalia and another with Virgin Atlantic (Delta owns 49% of Virgin Atlantic). Delta is ...

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