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Chennai to act as gateway to South India: MD (Atlantic Region), Delta Air Lines

01-July-2005
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Chennai to act as gateway to South India: MD (Atlantic Region), Delta Air Lines

According to Loren Neuenschwander, MD, Atlantic Region (Europe and India), Delta Air Lines, Chennai will act as a gateway to South India. The airline has recently started direct service from Chennai to NYC via Paris. He said, “Our Mumbai operation has been highly successful and Chennai will act as a gateway to South India. Since we fly via Paris, it serves as an ideal gateway to European destinations too. With a high degree of economic development happening here, we see travel going up a great deal in both the business and the leisure segments. The growth rate in terms of tourism is not proportionate to the economic development. There is a huge potential here.”

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