Delta Expects Cost Control, Fleet Plan To Produce One Of Its Largest Profits

Delta Air Lines expects this year to be one of its most profitable, as it benefits from a decline in fuel costs, better-than-expected control of fixed costs and a fleet upgauging initiative that will cut 40 50-seat regional jets from its operations in the second half of the year. Cost control is a...

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