A Guest Post by John @laptoptravel Back in April of 2015 I wrote “I am absolutely certain that one of the biggest fare war battles is starting to brew in Latin American and Caribbean routes. Richard Anderson (CEO of Delta at that time) has made it very clear that he intends for Delta to become the preeminent carrier in those regions. The recent partnership alliance with AeroMexico is just a hint of what’s to come…” Fast forward to today and we can see that Delta has increased its ownership in Aeromexico and is raising its stake in GOL (a Brazilian partner) in its pursuit of increased presence in the Latin and South American markets. The U.S. airline industry has gone through a lot of consolidation leaving us with what will be four major airlines; American, Delta, United and soon to be Alaska (post Virgin America merger.) While large successful airlines are…