Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson and Northwest Airlines President and CEO Doug Steenland promoted the carriers' merger before Congress yesterday, insisting that the combination wouldn't affect competition and is necessary to allow the US industry to compete against large European and Asian airlines. The chief executives testified before both the House of Representatives and the Senate. The merger (ATWOnline, April 24) "really creates the first US global airline," Anderson told the House ...

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