JetBlue Airways said its bid for 12 slot pairs at Washington National Airport (DCA) has been “provisionally accepted.” American Airlines and US Airways reached a settlement with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) in November to end DOJ’s antitrust lawsuit attempting to block their mega-merger. As part of that settlement, American and US Airways agreed to divest 52 slot pairs at DCA. “Once approved by DOJ, JetBlue expects to add 12 new roundtrip flights at ...

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