The US Department of Justice (DOJ) antitrust division has requested Alaska Airlines and Virgin America to provide additional information regarding their merger proposal. In a statement, the airlines said they “will be responding promptly” to the request. In general, this so-called “second request” usually involves the government asking for “business documents and data that will inform the agency about a company’s products or services, market conditions ...

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