Delta Air Lines posted first-quarter net income of $746 million, more than tripling the $213 million net profit the company recorded in the year-ago March quarter. Revenue increased 5.3% year-over-year (YOY) to $9.39 billion. Delta’s reported adjusted net income for the 2015 first-quarter is $372 million, reflecting $374 million in special items, net of taxes, the bulk of which ($372 million) went to mark-to-market adjustments and settlements on fuel hedges. Another $8 million went to ...

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