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Delta Air Lines granted additional slots at Washington airport.

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Delta Air Lines has received approval from the US Transportation Department to operate additional services.

The carrier has been permitted to operate an additional daily round trip flight from Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport to Salt Lake City. The new service is expected to begin in early 2003, and will be served by the Boeing 757 aircraft.

The slots awarded to Delta had previously belonged to National Airlines, which went bankrupt and ceased operations earlier this month, reported Reuters.

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