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The Western Cape’s tourism sector, which now counts the US as its key source market for inbound travel, has received a major boost with the national government set to give America’s Delta Air Lines the green light to fly a triangular route between Atlanta, Johannesburg and Cape Town.

The Western Cape provincial government has, for the better part of a year, been pushing for Delta to be granted a so-called co-terminalisation licence, meaning the airline would be able to offload and board new passengers in both Johannesburg and Cape Town...

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