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Old 11-20-2001, 01:39 AM   #1
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Delta Calls for a Public Hearing to Examine Alleged Benefits Of Proposed Alliance Between American Airlines/ British Airways

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ATLANTA, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL - news) filed a motion with the Department of Transportation (DOT) today seeking a public evidentiary hearing to examine the proposed alliance between American Airlines and British Airways. Northwest Airlines, Inc. and Continental Airlines, Inc. joined Delta in calling for a public hearing.

According to Delta, the Department has received thousands of pages of conflicting documentary evidence and statements discussing the American Airlines/ British Airways alliance, and a public hearing is needed to provide the DOT with the ability to assess the credibility of the arguments put forward by American and British Airways.
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Delta Calls for a Public Hearing to Examine Alleged Benefits Of Proposed Alliance Between American Airlines/ British Airways

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ATLANTA, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL - news) filed a motion with the Department of Transportation (DOT) today seeking a public evidentiary hearing to examine the proposed alliance between American Airlines and British Airways. Northwest Airlines, Inc. and Continental Airlines, Inc. joined Delta in calling for a public hearing.

According to Delta, the Department has received thousands of pages of conflicting documentary evidence and statements discussing the American Airlines/ British Airways alliance, and a public hearing is needed to provide the DOT with the ability to assess the credibility of the arguments put forward by American and British Airways.
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