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Third-Party Complaint of AirTran Airways, Inc. v American Airlines, Inc., US Airways, Inc., and United Airlines, Inc. 2003-10-7

On February 21, 2001, AirTran Airways, Inc. (“AirTran”) filed two third-party complaints based on plans then pending among American Airlines, Inc. (“American”), US Airways, Inc. (“US Airways”), United Airlines, Inc. (“United”), and Trans World Airlines, Inc. (“TWA”).

Last updated: Tuesday, October 7, 2003