Delta will take advantage of economic downturn, executives say

Delta Air Lines will survive higher fuel prices and the weakening U.S. economy, executives say. The airline last week said it would cut less profitable routes and park planes to lower its expenses. "We want to be on the front end, taking advantage of it, not being victimized by it," Delta President Ed Bastian said, referring to the shifting economy.

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