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Aviation Competition: Effects on Consumers form Domestic Airline Alliances Vary
Aaron Casey. Examines the implications of three alliances formed in 1998 by the six largest U.S. airlines, which account for nearly 70% of domestic airline traffic -- Northwest & Continental, Delta & United, & American & US Airways -- to cooperate on some aspects of their business. Critics maintain that the alliances will decrease competition, ultimately reducing passengersí choices & increasing fares. This report: describes the status of each of the alliances, examines the potential beneficial & harmful effects on consumers, & examines the authority of the Depít. of Justice & Transportation to review these alliances & the status of their reviews.
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