Delta Air Lines, one of the first carriers to reveal Hurricane Sandy’s impact on its bottom line, says cancellation of more than 3,500 flights in October amounted to about $45 million in lost revenue and reduced October profit by about $20 million. The airline, which has hubs at New York LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International (JFK) airports, says it still is assessing the storm’s impact on revenue and profit for November, but expects it to be less than in October. Delta’s major ...


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