Delta Air Lines (DL) reported first-quarter net income of $124 million, reversed from a 2011 first-quarter net loss of $318 million.
Delta Air Lines 737-900ER. Courtesy, Boeing Delta Air Lines (DL) reported first-quarter net income of $124 million, reversed from a 2011 first-quarter net loss of $318 million. The carrier stressed a focus on capacity discipline, and in Wednesday’s earnings conference call, announced it will be aligning its headcount with reduced capacity. It is currently offering a “unique … one-time,” month-long voluntary retirement package to employees—closing April ...
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