[UPDATED] Major US airlines have been asked by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to provide information on communications they’ve had with one another, shareholders and financial analysts regarding capacity planning. The Associated Press, citing a document it had obtained, broke the news Wednesday that DOJ is conducting an antitrust investigation into whether airlines had illegally colluded to keep capacity growth down and fares up. DOJ has confirmed the probe, but provided no ...

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