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It’s Time To Break Up JetBlue and American Airlines’ Unholy Alliance

This no-brainer anticompetitive issue could shape the future of air travel in the U.S.

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Now that travelers are back up in the air, many in the Northeastern United States are experiencing an unpleasant surprise. People booking JetBlue flights have found themselves on American Airlines planes…

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