Delta Airlines (NYSE:DAL) reported a better than expected set of Q4 2021 results, with adjusted operating revenues coming in at about $8.4 billion, about 74% of 2019 levels. However, the airline warned that it was likely to post a loss over the current quarter (Q1 2022), due to disruption caused by the omicron virus variant.
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Delta stock was up by about 2% Thursday’s trading.
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