The revamped New York LaGuardia/Washington National slot swap proposal submitted by Delta Air Lines and US Airways in May was tentatively approved last month by the US Dept. of Transportation on terms the airlines said they're willing to abide by. DOT technically approved a massive slot swap deal in 2009 but demanded that the carriers divest 14 slot pairs at DCA and 20 at LGA as a condition. DL and US rejected those parameters and filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking a reversal ...

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