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Delta/Air France or US Airways

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It appears Delta has cancelled their direct flight from JFK to Marco Polo -- at least when I was scheduled to fly in late October. Because of the change I can probably get a refund and book on another airline. US Air has direct flights from Philadelphia. But I have never really liked US Air and their ratings on tripadvisor are lower than Delta. With the direct flight I get in Venice three hours earlier and feel like I am getting an extra (half) day to do some sightseeing. My Delta flight will originate at JFK and go through CDG with an arrival in Venice about noon. I will be traveling business so maybe US Air wouldn't be so bad..

I don't like the stopovers at CDG (coming and going). Would Philadelphia be better to fly out of?

Thoughts? Delta or US Air?

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