Delta Air Lines (Atlanta), according to this article by Forbes Magazine, gets a seven percent premium per available seat mile over any other U.S. airline. Before bankruptcy reorganization in 2005, Delta was only able to garner 86 percent, the industry average at the time. Delta took the reorganization to remake itself into the money-making juggernaut it is today. Delta just announced it will raise its dividend to stockholders by 50 percent and will buy back $2 billion of its stock which should further raise the value of the remaining stock.
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Delta Air Lines: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Delta is adding new Boeing 737-900 ERs to replace its older aircraft. Boeing 737-932 ER N810DN (msn 31922) completes its final approach to the runway at Los Angeles International Airport.