American Airlines Group will end year-round daily nonstop services to 17 cities from Washington National airport and three cities from New York LaGuardia as part of its regulatory requirement to divest slots at the airport. The divesture of 52 slots pairs was agreed with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) in December after DOJ dropped an antitrust lawsuit that would have attempted to prevent the merger of American Airlines and US Airways. Cities that will no longer receive year-round, daily ...

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