Delta Air Lines still sees Q1 profit despite rampant flight cancellations

Delta Air Lines (DAL -0.7%) exec Ed Bastian says the company took a revenue hit of $55M in the first two months of the year due to weather cancellations.

Winter storms caused the cancellation of 17K flights during the period.

The carrier still expects to post a profit in Q1 and see its revenue-per-passenger metric improve.

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  • markcc
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    The full press release says that Delta made up for the cancellations with higher fares on the flights they did fly.
    10 Mar 2014, 03:38 PM Reply Like
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