Delta’s Capacity Constraint Boosts Demand For Charter Flights

Delta Air Lines’ decision in recent years to reduce its scheduled service flying during off-peak seasons is boosting the carrier’s charter revenue. “Seasonal pull-downs of the commercial schedule have freed aircraft that can be effectively used for charter operations,” says Bill Wernecke, the...

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