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Continental Airlines, Inc. and Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane-S.p.A.

OST-95-348

OST-95-347

OST-97-2113

Undocketed

September 24, 1998 pdficon.gif (87 bytes)Joint Application for Renewal of Exemptions and Statements of Authorization Newark, New Jersey - Houston, Rome, Italy - Milan, Italy
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Counsel: Crowell Moring LLP, R. Bruce Keiner, Jr., rbkeiner@cromor.com


Continental Airlines, Inc. / Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane-S.p.a.

OST-95-348
OST-95-347
OST-97-2113
Undocketed
October 8, 1998 pdficon.gif (87 bytes)Answer of United Air Lines to Joint Application for Renewal Newark-Rome/Milan, Houston-Rome; Rome/Milan-Newark/Atlanta; Codesharing

United Air Lines, Inc. ("United") hereby answers the application of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane-S.p.a ("Alitalia") and Continental Airlines, Inc. ("Continental") for renewal of various authorities granted them by exemptions in these dockets and by statements of authorization for code-sharing operations.

Counsel:  United and Kirkland Ellis, Jeffrey Manley, 202-879-5161, jeffrey_manley@kirkland.com


Continental Airlines, Inc. and Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane-S.p.A.

OST-95-348
OST-95-347
OST-97-2113
Undocketed
October 20, 1998 pdficon.gif (87 bytes)Joint Reply of Continental, Continental Express and Alitalia Newark-Rome/Milan, Houston-Rome
Rome/Milan-Newark/Atlanta
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The only extrabilateral element involved in the proposed code-share arrangement among Continental, Continental Express and Alitalia is the benefit to the U.S. of having Continental authorized to serve U.S.-Italy routes, including the Newark-Rome/Milan routes, that would otherwise be precluded under the U.S.-Italy aviation bilateral agreement. If the Department granted United's request to limit renewal of authority on these routes to a short term, it would be limiting extrabilateral benefits to the United States, Newark, Continental and the passengers and shippers Continental serves. That would not serve the public interest or promote U.S. objectives in maximizing the limited rights currently available between the U.S. and Italy. Instead, it would deprive the public of the substantial benefits that will result from the Department's grant of indefinite authority. The public should not be penalized because United and one of its codeshare partners, Lufthansa, do not have extrabilateral U.S.-Italy authority.

Counsel:  Zuckert Scoutt, Richard Mathias, 202-298-8660 for Alitalia / Continental and Crowell Moring, Bruce Keiner, 202-624-2615


Continental Airlines, Inc./Continental Express, Inc. and Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane-S.p.A.

OST-95-348
OST-95-347

OST-97-2113

Undocketed
Filed September 24, 1998
Issued April 7, 2000
Notice of Action Taken Newark, New Jersey - Houston, Rome, Italy - Milan

By:  Paul Gretch


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