A newly painted 757-200 featuring a white fuselage and a revamped two-tone red widget on a blue tail rolled out at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport yesterday, signifying the end of Delta Air Lines' 19-month journey through bankruptcy and the launch of what CEO Gerald Grinstein called "a new and prosperous era." The new logo and livery are the visible part of DL's effort to "completely transform every aspect of our business and create a platform for long-term success that will ...

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