Delta Air Lines has focused increasingly on building its international operations since its emergence from bankruptcy restructuring last year and, when announcing a 10% domestic capacity cut in the second half of 2008 earlier this week, emphasized that its domestic operations' most important function will be to feed its expanding global network. "The international growth is the core of the restructuring," President and CFO Edward Bastian told the JP Morgan Transportation and Aviation ...

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