United Airlines and American Airlines said they have reached settlements in lawsuits filed in US courts seeking damages for alleged price-fixing related to air cargo transport, but both carriers claimed no payments will be made. The disclosure comes on the heels of Lufthansa's admission that it agreed to pay $85 million to settle a string of lawsuits filed in US courts (ATWOnline, Sept. 12) after the revelation of a multinational probe examining alleged anticompetitive practices in the ...

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