Industry Research

American/US Airways Settlement Could Lead To More Airlines

Posted on August 28, 2013

A Dartmouth professor says the path to a settlement in the American/US Airways merger US could include increased access to congested airports not just for existing carriers but also for carriers that have not yet been created.

Peter Golder, a professor at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, says he expects a settlement  after the Justice Department on August 13 filed a lawsuit intended to block the planned merger on the grounds that it is anti-competitive and harms consumers. “I think there will be a deal and my hope is that it really is the start of accommodating more entry into the industry,” Golder said.

Forbes article here

Related Topics: airlines, building your clientele, business opportunities, business travel

Comments ( 2 )
  • Ricky Sansone

     | about 5 years ago

    My dad won't let me fly because of 911. I spend most of my time with Orbeez. We just had an Orbeez foot spa party and Mike from Philly came down. Mike kept faking his death and sitting on my lap. We invited all the neighbors and the CMPD. Ralph from Scorpios brought pizza and the strippers gave free lap dances. Mike got hard quick. Hawaiian Airlines is better than US Airways. Mike has a fake wife but that is life. What?

  • See all comments
More Stories
News

2018's Luxury Travel Trends

Among the highlights for next year is a focus on far-flung destinations along with international trips of two weeks or more.

(Creative Commons Pixabay.com image by geralt)
Article

Too Much Smart Talk On A.I.

AUG. LCT Editor's Edge: Civilization advances non-stop. Intelligent machines free us from menial physical and mental labor.

Dallas skyline (Photo via PEXELS user Pixabay)
News

America's Top Business Travel Cities

Factors include number of on-time flights, cost of lodging, reliability of mobile network coverage, traffic congestion levels, and emergency-room performance.