DELTA POSTS STRONG TRAFFIC, REVENUE FIGURES IN OCTOBER

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ATLANTA – Delta Airlines released a statement on Tuesday by saying that there financial figures has increased last month because of the strong income from flights flying within the USA and across the region of the Atlantic. The airline said that income for every seat flown one mile increased 3% in October. This ratio increases when airlines have more passengers, charge high rates or both. The large US based airlines have earned large profits in the year of 2014 because the airline companies have kept their rates high by restraining the introduction of new flights and seats. Delta also said that last year, the traffic increased to 4.8% in the same month i.e.; in October. As compared to the starting of this year, Delta has grown at a higher rate, as it has increased its passenger capacity by 3.6%. This airline has expended its seats on the International flights at a faster rate as compared to those flights which fly in the USA.
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