Delta Sharpens NYC Flier Fight With $1.4 Billion Terminal
Delta Air Lines Inc. sharpened the jockeying for the highest-paying passengers in New York, the biggest U.S. aviation market, as it opened a $1.4 billion terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
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Since: Apr 08
#1 May 26, 2013
See what a few bankruptcies, a merger with an airline froth with union/management issues, and a workforce that for the most part works without union representation buys you.
And oh yes, management that leads and takes advantage of the opportunities that are available while the other airlines are fighting in the corporate (management/unions) sandbox throwing sand at each other.
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