Flight Capital

Tatge, Mark
May 2007
Forbes Asia;5/21/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p40
The article deals with the efforts of Delta Air Lines executive Gerald Grinstein to improve the performance of the company in the U.S. Nineteen months ago the airline had sunk under $21 billion in debt. Today Delta has emerged from bankruptcy with new routes and planes and fresh financing, giving the number three U.S. carrier a chance to challenge industry leaders American Airlines and United Airlines.


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