Strong fourth-quarter and full-year financial results are a sign of things to come at Delta Air Lines, its executives believe, as key developments—including strong business traveler bookings and a favorable response to the carrier’s joint venture with Virgin Atlantic—have executives bullish on 2014. Fourth-quarter net income of $558 million pushed Delta’s year-end net income to $2.7 billion, a $1.1 billion jump over 2012. Fourth-quarter operating revenue grew 6%, or $474 million, while ...
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