U.S. trustbusters make skies friendly for lobbyists
American Airlines and US Airways resolved antitrust issues with their merger by dumping slots at LaGuardia and Reagan airports. That should mean better service and lower prices for fliers. But the biggest winners may be paid schmoozers plying the Washington to Wall Street corridor.
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