Delta expanding no-frills basic economy worldwide in '18 - but hopes you don't buy it

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Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is expanding basic economy service worldwide next year, but that doesn't necessarily mean it wants you to buy it. Basic economy is a no-frills service: no advance seat assignments, no upgrades and no same-day ticket changes. Delta CEO Ed Bastian told CNBC that given the choice, half of air travelers considering Delta's basic economy service pay for the regular main cabin fare. The regular economy tickets on Delta are about $30 to $40 more than basic economy. Delta...

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