Delta Air Lines will end its interline relationships with Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Aerosvit Airlines and Turkish Airlines, - Business Travel News

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January 31, 2013 - 02:55 PM ET

Delta Air Lines will end its interline relationships with Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Aerosvit Airlines and Turkish Airlines, effective for tickets issued from Feb. 15. Delta terminated the agreements with those carriers, none of which are in the SkyTeam alliance, "as it continues to focus on maximizing the benefits of its global network and airline partnerships," according to the carrier.

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