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[P][SPAN][STRONG][FONT face=Times New Roman color=#333333 size=3]Delta, Northwest, Continental Alliance Review Extended Again[/FONT][/STRONG][/SPAN][/P]
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[P][FONT size=-1][SPAN][FONT face=Times New Roman size=3]The Department of Transportation also said in a filing that it will consider a request by Southwest Airlines Co. and six smaller carriers to extend the review another two months beyond Nov. 21. [/FONT][/SPAN][/FONT][/P]
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[BR][FONT face=Times New Roman size=4][STRONG]U.S. Domestic Alliance News [/STRONG][/FONT][BR][BR][FONT face=Times New Roman size=3][STRONG]Chip comments:[/STRONG] The second 30-day review of the three-way Delta, Northwest, and Continental alliance expires tomorrow, October 22.[/FONT][BR][BR][FONT face=Times New Roman size=3][STRONG]Aviation Daily - October 21:[/STRONG] Continental stands to boost revenues $50 million-$75 million per year if the tripartite alliance with Delta and Northwest is approved. That amount is in addition to the $200 million is sees from the bilateral Northwest partnership. Continental says, however, that competition from the US Airways/United alliance, once the tie-up is up and running, could nibble the total down to $100 million-$125 million. [/FONT][BR][BR][FONT face=Times New Roman size=3]Chip[/FONT]
 

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[P]Fed's just extended their review of this alliance for another 30 days.[/P]
[P][A href=http://biz.yahoo.com/rb/021021/airlines_codeshare_1.html]http://biz.yahoo.com/rb/021021/airlines_codeshare_1.html[/A][/P]
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