Delta Air Lines announced Wednesday it will cease its Atlanta-Dubai service from Feb. 11, 2016, blaming “overcapacity” from Gulf carriers for the pullout. The Atlanta-based carrier issued a statement saying the Boeing 777 aircraft used for Dubai flights will be “redeployed to other transatlantic markets where it can compete on a level playing field that’s not distorted by subsidized state-owned airlines.” Delta has led a campaign, joined by American Airlines, ...

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