Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico have strongly objected to the conditions imposed by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to grant antitrust immunity to the carriers’ proposed transborder joint venture (JV), and said they will reconsider the JV if DOT does not change course. DOT earlier this month granted tentative approval of the JV, but demanded that Delta and Aeromexico divest 24 slot pairs for Mexico-US services at Mexico City International Airport (MEX) and six slot pairs for ...

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