In touting its restructuring at yesterday's Investor Day in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines said it expects to be profitable in its first year following emergence from bankruptcy protection, that it has succeeded in delivering on the "three pillars" of its transformation plan and that it remains interested in selling certain assets, including regional subsidiary Comair. The carrier now expects to emerge from Chapter 11 on April 30, with a stock relisting scheduled for early the following month. It ...

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