Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways plan to operate a “harmonized schedule between New York JFK and London Heathrow” starting March 30, 2014, after receiving final antitrust clearance from the US government to launch a transatlantic joint venture (JV). The US Department of Transportation (DOT), which had final say on granting antitrust immunity for the JV, gave formal approval Monday; DOT had granted tentative approval earlier this month after the US Department of ...

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