Delta Air Lines, now the largest carrier in the world, said it is adding 15 new international flights to counter softening domestic demand. "Through the merger, Delta is able to unleash the power of the Tokyo hub by connecting it to the largest U.S. domestic network with new flights from Atlanta, New York and Salt Lake City feeding intra-Asian routes with greater trans-Pacific capacity," said Glen Hauenstein, Delta's executive vice president of network planning and revenue management.

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