Delta Air Lines (DL) said it canceled flights due to Hurricane Sandy, which hit the US northeast early this week, will negatively impact their October revenues by $45 million and decrease October profit by $20 million. The more than 3,500 canceled DL flights in October caused a 2% system capacity reduction year-over-year for the carrier. But DL said it expects a lesser impact to its November operational results. JetBlue Airlines canceled a total of 1,700 flights because of the storm, ...

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