Delta Air Lines reported a $300 million net loss for January including $87 million in reorganization charges, which compares to a $314 million deficit in January 2005. January operating loss was $147 million, narrowed from $224 million in the year-ago month. The airline said it "continued to make significant restructuring progress towards the achievement of its business plan," citing a 5.3% reduction in mainline CASM excluding fuel to 7.74 cents and a 7.8% drop in mainline capacity. CASM ...

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