Economics @ ITT

Air Canada and United May Not Coordinate Supply and Pricing

Posted in economics, microeconomics by ittecon on October 25, 2012

Canadian government offers consumers protection against monopoly power.

Under the deal, the airlines have agreed not to coordinate prices or the number of seats available at each price, to pool revenue or costs or share commercially sensitive information on the 14 high-demand routes.

via Air Canada, United settle with Canada on routes | Business | Reuters.

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