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It’s not good news at Delta, which is suffering from serious declines in its freight revenues. It blamed low demand and currency “headwinds”, according to this WSJ article. With a strong transatlantic network, Delta is likely to have found the going tough. United and AA have yet to report their third-quarter results – they could make for interesting comparisons.
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