Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson will run the merged DL/Northwest Airlines out of Atlanta, the carriers announced yesterday as they unveiled the senior management team for what would be the world's largest airline, saying the team will "ensure the seamless transition of Northwest's operations into Delta over the next 12-24 months." Upon closing of the merger, NWA will be an operating subsidiary of DL run by current DL President and CEO Ed Bastian, who will assume the titles of CEO and ...

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