Delta Air Lines reported a January net loss of $109 million, narrowed from $300 million in January 2006. Loss before reorganization items was $115 million compared to $213 million in the year-ago month. Operating loss declined to $65 million from $146 million. Passenger RASM rose 3.7% to 9.69 cents and mainline unit costs fell 4.8% to 10.09 cents, or 7.1% to 7.19 cents excluding fuel. The airline said it "remains on course" to emerge from bankruptcy protection in the spring.
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