Re-regulating the US airline industry in order to avoid future pension defaults by airlines would reverse the benefits to consumers of deregulation "and would not save airline pensions," according to a new study by the US Government Accountability Office, the research and investigation arm of Congress. The study was undertaken at the request of the House of Representatives. After filing for Chapter 11 protection, United Airlines and US Airways defaulted on their defined benefit pension ...

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