US Airways, American Airlines merger faces antitrust hurdles, federal probe
Reagan National Airport and the Washington, D.C., market may be a sticking point in US Airways' $11 billion merger with American Airlines.
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Since: May 08
#1 Jul 1, 2013
A merger of this size and the DOJ is concerned only about their back yard.... Nice.. Be sure to asked enough questions to say you investigated then just rubber stamp it already
#2 Jul 3, 2013
Hey Prost, have you guys heard from Wine and the others about DAL? Penny stock? Anderson breaks the AL w/ golden jump/lifetime benfits? Pension default? Pay cuts? Layoffs in mass? Terrible service ranks? I gotta really ash this..........have any of those guys that hated DAL/NWA raised voices lately about DAL? Mea Culpa?
#3 Jul 4, 2013
Texas is leading the charge in trying to slow the merger. Southwest is getting their politicians to make waves to slow down the merger and get slots. Parker is good at paying people off and will figure out who needs to be paid. The new American has great potential.
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