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Delta Plans to Cease Guam Service in January Amid North Korea Threats

Delta Plans to Cease Guam Service in January Amid North Korea Threats
Ryan Boyd

As of January 8, Delta Air Lines will cease service to Guam from its hub at Narita International Airport (NRT). Additinoally, the carrier is phasing out its hub at Narita to make way for non-stop service between the United States and Asia, including Seoul connections as part of a partnership with carrier Korean Air.

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  1. sleuth

    September 18, 2017 at 9:53 pm

    Trump couldn’t keep his own airline flying, and now he’s helping tank revenues for the ones that succeeded. Good jod Donald….

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