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Delta on the move: New York, Africa, Asia Pacific and more

Upon completion of its merger with Northwest, Delta Air Lines became the world’s largest carrier, a position that may soon be lost by the creation of a “new” United Airlines. However, Delta is using this moment of dominance to expand in ways that are unparalleled amongst its legacy peers. Both domestically and internationally the airline is aggressively challenging its rivals and appears to be building its network in ways that will guarantee its continued market position despite increasing consolidation in the US marketplace.

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