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U.S. Justice Dept says it will work to address competition issues at airports By Reuters


© Reuters. The Newark Liberty International Airport is where travelers queue up to catch the plane before the July Fourth holiday. It’s located in Newark, New Jersey. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday it would work with congested airports in the United States to keep the airline industry competitive.

After the Biden administration made an announcement that 16 seats would be granted to a low-cost airline to fly to Newark, New Jersey from the beginning of the year to encourage competition at the popular northeast U.S. airport.

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