Delta Air Lines said yesterday it is cutting international capacity by an additional 10% beginning in September, with transatlantic capacity down 11%-13% year-over-year through the 2009-10 winter schedule and transpacific capacity 12%-14% lower. In a memo to employees, CEO Richard Anderson and President and CFO Ed Bastian said the move is in response to "the worsening global economy," adding, "To achieve these capacity changes, we will exit low-performing markets, down-gauge certain routes, ...

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