Delta Air Lines missed Wall Street’s marks with its June traffic report, in which the Atlanta-based carrier said traffic, measured in RPMs, rose 3% on capacity, measured in ASMs, that was 3.1% higher than last year. Delta reported unit revenue, or PRASM, grew 4.5% compared to last year. This number disappointed analysts, who expected a 6% PRASM growth for the month and resulted in an overall decline in airline share prices on June 2. The company said part of the lower PRASM guidance ...

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