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You are right. The Delta/Alaska deal will probably happen before the American/Cactus merger.

I think Delta will only go for Alaska if it looks like someone else is going after them. If nobody makes a play for them, then I think Delta would prefer to do what they are doing. They are getting the benefits of a merger without all the costs with the current code share agreement.
Greyhound and Jetblue will bid for Frontier.

Greyhound will win the bid because the pilot group will vote in favor because, Greyhound will keep the name "FRONTIER" and save the poor "little" animals.:laugh: :crying:.


The next merger is.............------------> New Jersey Transit & Air Alliance.

Seriously, it'd be nice if it just boiled down the two national carriers that are 100% regulated. There are too many airlines.
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After AA takes AK.

After SWA takes ??

Then it starts all over, more new startup LCC's will enter into nitch markets, and 30 years from now another "Herb" will retire.

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