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September 30, 2013

Almost 1 million documents swapped between DOJ and American, US Airways for antitrust trial

American Airlines and US Airways have given the U.S. Department of Justice over 400,000 documents as part of the pre-trial activity for the antitrust trial scheduled for November.

That does not include the 925,000 documents the carriers gave the DOJ as part of the government's investigation into the merger prior to filing the antitrust suit last month, the carriers said in a court filing made on Monday.

For their part in producing lots of paper, the DOJ has turned over 560,000 documents to the airlines attorneys and taken eleven depositions of witnesses at the two carriers.

-Andrea Ahles

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