Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines and Korean Air have applied for regulatory approval to launch their planned transpacific, revenue-sharing joint venture. Korean Air has filed a joint venture application with the South Korean transport ministry, which is believed to be the first time airlines have sought such an arrangement in South Korea. The two airlines already have antitrust immunity in the US, which was granted in 2002.   The South Korean airline said it does not expect any problems ...

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