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Delta Airlines is a US based airline company. Delta flies both domestic and international, servicing a large number of airports within the USA.

The company has its roots in Huff Daland Dusters, which was founded in 1924, and through a number of mergers and acquisitions became the company it is today.

Delta operates Hartsfield International Airport as its chief hub, as well as Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport[?] in Covington, Kentucky, serving Cincinnati, Ohio and Salt Lake City International Airport[?] in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Delta is based in Atlanta, Georgia, where it moved its headquarters[?] in 1941.

Delta Airlines currently employ more than 60000 people, and services 428 cities in 76 countries. Among the cities and places they serve: San Juan, Puerto Rico), various destinations in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, Mumbai, India[?], many European cities, Sao Paulo, Brazil[?] and Narita, Japan (nearby Tokyo, Japan.

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