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The City of Cape Town is planning to have an urgent discussion with the national government as part of its efforts to ensure that Delta Airlines reviews its decision to stop flights to the Mother City.

The US airline announced over the weekend that it intended to resume flights to Johannesburg in August but said it would no longer fly to Cape Town.

Cape Town's mayoral committee member for economic opportunities and asset management James Vos said America was  a key tourist market for the city.

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