Delta Air Lines has reported adjusted pre-tax income for the March 2017 quarter of $847 million, a $713 million decrease from the March 2016 quarter, primarily driven by higher fuel prices. “Despite fuel price pressures, the Delta people once again delivered solid results across the board, with double digit operating margins, strong improvements in customer satisfaction, and progress on our international expansion with the closing of our Aeroméxico transaction,” said Ed Bastian, Delta’s Chief Executive Officer. “Producing these results in our toughest quarter of the year shows not only how far we’ve come, but also that we have more opportunity
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