Delta Hits Back At United’s Cape Town Plans

Delta's check-in desk at Johannesburg, which it flies to from Atlanta and Newark.
Credit: Jeffrey Isaac Greenberg/Alamy Stock Photo
The battle between Delta Air Lines and United Airlines for three of the remaining four frequencies available under the current air services agreement between the U.S. and South Africa is heating up. Delta claims its plans to serve Cape Town are “superior in all material aspects” to United’s...

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