Hard hit by heavy Chapter 11-related restructuring costs, Delta Air Lines yesterday reported a $6.2 billion net loss for 2006, widened from $3.8 billion in red ink in the prior year and bringing its net loss for the two-year period to $10 billion. Excluding reorganization and special items, however, its full-year net loss was just $406 million, greatly improved compared to a $2.21 billion loss on a similar basis in 2005. Loss for the fourth quarter was $2 billion compared to a deficit of ...

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