Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines continued to experience residual delays through the April 8-9 weekend following a series of damaging storms in the Atlanta area April 5. Approximately 3,500 flights in total were canceled systemwide, but operations as of April 10 “are essentially normal,” according to a Delta spokesperson. Delta’s re-accommodation efforts through the weekend were hampered not only by limited seats on existing flights because of heavy bookings for US spring ...

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