The European Commission will require oneworld partners British Airways, American Airlines and Iberia to surrender slots in order to gain clearance for their transatlantic alliance, the Financial Times reported, citing documents saying the joint venture is "likely to result in appreciable competitive harm" on seven Europe-US routes. European authorities reportedly are concerned about competition on flights from London to New York, Dallas, Boston, Miami and Chicago O'Hare, as well as from ...

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