JetBlue Airways is opposing a request by Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic and Air France-KLM seeking antitrust immunity (ATI) from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for a new transatlantic joint venture (JV). The complex proposal, announced late July, would see Air France-KLM buy Virgin Group’s 31% stake in Virgin Atlantic for around £220 million ($287 million). Atlanta-based Delta, which owns 49% of Virgin Atlantic and has a JV with the UK airline, would buy a 10% stake ...

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