Delta Air Lines reported a first-quarter net loss of $130 million, significantly narrowed from a net loss of $2.1 billion in the year-ago quarter, but was profitable at the operating level and is eyeing an exit from bankruptcy as soon as the end of this month. Excluding reorganization costs and special items incurred during the final stages of Chapter 11, the quarter's net loss was $6 million, improved from a net loss of $356 million in the year-ago quarter on a similar basis. CEO Gerald ...

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