Delta Air Lines is threatening to steer some of its flying out of its Atlanta hub if the airport follows through on a proposal to raise fees. "In a business where airports are our factories, a cost escalation from $5 to $10 per enplanement, as proposed by the latest version of the airport's capital improvement plan, would make it unlikely that we could continue to grow and invest profitably at Hartsfield Jackson," VP-Corporate Real Estate John Boatwright said in a Jan. 13 letter to ...

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