Delta Boeing 747. Photo: Courtesy, Delta Air Lines. Delta Air Lines posted 2010 net income of $593 million, a major reversal from a $1.24 billion net loss in 2009, but warned that a "hyped" fuel cost environment in which per barrel crude oil prices continue to exceed $90 poses a challenge to profitability going forward. Full-year revenue increased 13% compared to 2009 to $31.76 billion. "We expect another year of profitability in 2011," CEO Richard Anderson told ...

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