Austrian Airlines is expecting a green light from DOT to set up "Atlantic Airlines" before the end of the year, according to the Austrian carrier's chairman, Mario Rehulka. Atlantic Airlines is the product of a partnership agreement among Austrian, Sabena, Swissair and Delta to offer "a homogeneous product" on transatlantic routes, which requires antitrust clearance from U.S. authorities, said Swissair sources. Rehulka said Austrian expects to post an operating profit of 50 million ...

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