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Regulators Approve Deal Between Delta, Virgin Atlantic

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Delta Airlines has just completed its purchase of 49 percent of Virgin Atlantic. Beginning early next month, the two airlines will begin marketing each others flights. They hope to become a formidable competitor on transatlantic routes.

Source: NPR

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