Delta Air Lines reports that it achieved significant savings in flight time and fuel in a long-haul flexible routing trial program coordinated by the International Air Transport Association. The trial was on the Johannesburg-Atlanta route, which is the longest in Delta’s system. It used the iFlex concept developed by IATA, which is designed to give airlines more flexibility in selecting flight routes depending on weather and wind conditions. Delta says the flights included in the ...

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