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Delta grabs bigger share of key NY-London route

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Delta Air Lines is grabbing a bigger share of the world's most important travel route: New York to London. The airline is paying $360 million for almost half of Virgin Atlantic, the swanky airline founded by Sir Richard Branson in 1984 as a cheaper and more stylish way to fly between the U.S. and London. Business travelers are hungry for flights on that route and Delta has been missing out....

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