US Dept. of Transportation is considering an extraordinary request by the six US legacy carriers and Alaska Airlines to issue a "blanket waiver of all dormancy conditions" for up to two years that would allow airlines to scale back or stop serving "limited entry" international routes without losing coveted traffic rights. Citing "the unprecedented increase in fuel prices and adverse economic conditions," American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Northwest Airlines, United ...

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