Delta Air Lines reports (18-Jan-2011) passenger revenue on its Latin America services rose 13% year-on-year to USD364 million on the back of a 19% increase in unit revenue and an 18% increase in yield in the three months ended 31-Dec-2010. The carrier cut its Latin America capacity by 5% during the period.
Delta reports 13% jump in Latin America pax revenue
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