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Delta passengers pay more when there's less competition

Passengers who fly Delta out of the Twins Cities pay almost $60 more one-way than if they fly out of airports where Delta has more competition.
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Passengers who fly Delta out of the Twins Cities pay almost $60 more one-way than if they fly out of airports where Delta has more competition.

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