Delta Air Lines is back in the black, reporting a July net profit of $69 million in a filing this week with the US Bankruptcy Court. It lost $41 million in the year-ago month. The result included $30 million in reorganization items, without which its monthly profit would have risen to $99 million. "July's results reflect the continued momentum of our restructuring," Executive VP and CFO Edward Bastian said. "In the coming months, the challenge will be to sustain this momentum as we move into ...

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