Airlines throughout the world are contending with antitrust charges made at the end of 2007 by the European Commission, which has accused at least 11 and as many as 25 carriers of "cartel" activity relating to airfreight transport. In addition to British Airways, Japan Airlines, Air France KLM, SAS Group and Cargolux (all of which confirmed receipt of statements of objections from the EC before Christmas (ATWOnline, Dec. 24)) ANA, Air New Zealand, Air Canada, Cathay Pacific Airways, LAN and ...

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