Business Travel Coalition opposes JAL-Delta tie-up


Business Week reports that Business Travel Coalition, a global travel group representing 17 global corporations based in Brussels, opposes Japan Airlines-Delta tie-up. Reasons? Too much pricing power and decreased in competitions. They have sent a letter to the Transport Minister of Japan stating their views.

Looks like AA won't be the only one opposing JAL and Delta's ATI application if JAL switches alliance to the Skyteam. If JAL's ATI application doesn't get approved, the Japan-US open sky deal will most likely be off the table. If that's the case, who will be the biggest loser?



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