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August 26, 2013

Monday Midday Must-Reads

-In evaluating the DOJ's anti-trust suit against the American Airlines-US Airways merger, some analysts say the DOJ erred in discounting Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways' effecct on pricing in the airline industry. "You can't ignore one of the largest players in the market," one analyst told Bloomberg News in this article.

-Want to fly in a "no-kids" zone on an airplane? A couple of Asian carriers have instituted no-kids areas on their airplanes with the latest being Scoot Airlines, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines. USA Today reports that the airline says "seats in that section cost roughly $15 and come the standard perk of more legroom -- and the promise that young children 'will be someplace else.'"

-And if you think you know your airline slogans, Huffington Post as a short quiz for you to take on your lunch break today.

-Andrea Ahles


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