US Dept. of Justice strongly opposed extension of antitrust immunity to Continental Airlines when it joins Star Alliance this October, arguing that the immunity request is "unprecedented in scope and breadth" and would "sanction collusion" between current Star member United Airlines and Continental "on all international service." The US Dept. of Transportation in early April approved CO's entry into Star and granted tentative antitrust immunity to the carrier and certain Star partners and to ...

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