Delta Air Lines' push to control costs and generate revenues through its growing inventory of premium products is helping the carrier offset rising fuel expenses, and executives believe the airline is on track to mitigate all of 2019's expected fuel-cost increase. The carrier's third-quarter (Q3) results saw pre-tax income fall $95 million, or 6%, to $1.6 billion year-over-year (YOY). But Delta's fuel costs jumped 35%, adding $655 million in operating expenses—and that ...


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