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Update on Alaska-Virgin talks with regulators

A few weeks ago, Alaska Airlines and Virgin America said they were extending their anticipated date for winning Justice Department merger approval from late September to October 17. But the latter date has come and gone with no further word. So what’s going on? According to media reports, the airlines are still involved in discussions […] The post Update on Alaska-Virgin talks with regulators appeared first on TravelSkills.
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