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Delta, Virgin Atlantic plan to cross-sell tickets

(Reuters) - Delta Air Lines <DAL.N>, which this week won European and U.S. antitrust approval to buy a 49 percent stake in Britain's Virgin Atlantic <VA.UL>, said the two carriers plan to start cross-selling seats on each other's flights.Full story

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