Delta Air Lines announced another international expansion yesterday and CEO Gerald Grinstein signaled that he will retire after the carrier emerges from bankruptcy next year. Delta, which has reduced domestic flying in favor of an expanded international schedule, plans to launch direct flights in spring 2007 from Atlanta to Prague (from May 2), Vienna (from May 21), Dubai (from May 31) and Seoul Incheon (from June 4) and from New York JFK to Pisa/Florence (from May 31), Shannon (from June 2) ...

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