Delta Air Lines has been ordered to pay plaintiffs’ legal fees for wrongly withholding 60,000 documents in a lawsuit claiming it colluded with AirTran Airways over ancillary costs.   Although there is no evidence to shows that Delta conspired with AirTran to charge $15 to check the first bag as alleged in the 2008 suit, US District Judge Timothy Batten ruled that paying legal fees and costs is sufficient.

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