Delta Air Lines rode continued strength in major domestic markets, steady improvements on both trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific routes and across-the-board capacity discipline to a 17% boost in second quarter net income, and CEO Richard Anderson says the momentum should continue through the rest of the year. Domestic unit revenues increased 7%, with Atlanta posting "double-digit gains" on 2% higher capacity, Anderson told analysts Wednesday. New York also delivered, boosted by a ...

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