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Delta Air Lines has reported a pre-tax income of $5.9 billion for 2015, a 29 per cent increase on the previous year.
The US carrier said lower fuel prices and numerous commercial, operational and cost initiatives helped the strong financial performance.
According to its annual results, adjusted net income was $926 million or $1.18 per diluted share, up 51 percent from the December quarter of 2014.
“Our 2015 performance was a record for Delta on all fronts – with industry-leading operational performance, superior customer satisfaction, and a $5.9 billion adjusted pre-tax profit,” said Delta’s CEO Richard Anderson.
“These results show the commitment of the Delta people to running the best airline in the world every day. It’s an honor to reward their performance with $1.5 billion in profit sharing for the year.”