Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic say they expect to be able to begin coordinating their pricing and schedules on U.S.-U.K. routes under a transatlantic joint venture within the first three months of 2014, now that Delta closed on its 49% stake in Virgin. But the partnership also could provide some opportunities in the nearer term for vendors. Virgin Atlantic CEO Craig Kreeger says he is “looking forward to finding opportunities outside of the joint venture, where things that Delta may ...
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