By Keith Laing - 12/06/13 10:24 AM EST
Southwest and Virgin America airlines have won flights to New York’s LaGuardia Airport that are being vacated by American Airlines as part of its merger with US Airways, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
The Department of Justice is requiring US Airways and American Airlines to give up 34 flights at LaGuardia, as well as more than 100 at Washington, D.C.’s Reagan Washington National Airport, in exchange for approving their plans to merge.
Attorney General Eric HolderEric H. HolderPodesta floated Bill Gates, Bloomberg as possible Clinton VPs Payback: Dems see chance to boot Issa Trump was right — Clinton's email case needs a special prosecutor MORE had predicted that the Justice Department’s settlement with US Airways and American would result in more low-cost airlines offering flights to Northeast airports like LaGuardia and Washington’s Reagan National.
US Airways and American are scheduled to finalize their merger on Monday.