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How The DOJ Lawsuit Against Airline Merger Will Affect Consumers
Tuesday's announcement that the U.S. Department of Justice and several attorneys general including Arizona's Tom Horne were suing to block the proposed merger between American Airlines and Tempe-based US Airways was a huge surprise to most observers. American was on the cusp of emerging from bankruptcy, and the two airlines had hoped to complete their partnership sometime next month.
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So how does the DOJ lawsuit potentially affect consumers? Will travelers’ costs remain predictable?
Charlie Leocha is director of the washington DC-based Consumer Travel Alliance.