Column: U.S. airlines should be allowed to merge with foreign carriers

02/18/2013 | Reuters

Columnist Christopher Swann says Congress should lift limitations on foreign ownership of U.S. airlines. Swann says allowing U.S. airlines to merge with overseas airlines would allow greater profitability. "There's just one sticking point: outdated security fears limit foreign fliers to having no more than a 25 percent stake in American carriers," he writes.

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