Seattle-based Alaska Air Group remains in discussions with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) over gaining antitrust clearance for its acquisition of San Francisco-based Virgin America and continues to be confident the deal will be approved. “The scope of the issues that remain with the Justice Department are manageable,” Alaska chairman and CEO Brad Tilden told analysts and reporters Oct. 20, explaining that the issues are “important” and time will be needed to work ...

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