Former SAS Cargo Director-Sales and Marketing for North America Timothy Pfeil agreed to plead guilty and serve six months in prison "for participating in a conspiracy to fix prices for air cargo rates," the US Dept. of Justice announced yesterday. SAS pleaded guilty and agreed last month to pay a $52 million criminal fine (ATWOnline, June 27). The investigation also has ensnared British Airways, Korean Air, Qantas, Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Martinair and Air France KLM. Pfeil ...

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