The US Dept. of Transportation's recent tentative decisions involving the oneworld antitrust immunity application and the unrelated slot transfer agreement between US Airways and Delta Air Lines, if finalized, suggest that a significant gap exists between how DOT and the Federal Aviation Administration evaluate domestic and international airline competition matters. In the international arena, DOT appears to accept that greater levels of concentration--in the form of global ...

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