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The third largest airline company Delta Air Lines is to begin charging economy class passengers alcoholic drinks on international flights to reduce costs.

Beer, wine and spirits will cost US$4 each on flights between the US and Europe, India, Japan, Argentina, Brazil and Chile, beginning Oct. 15, Atlanta-based Delta said.

Delta will implement the policy on flights between the US and Mexico and Central and South America beginning March 1, the company said in the statement.


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