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Archives for April 15, 2008
It could be years before the last red tail disappears.
And they want more layoffs and cuts at a merged Northwest and Delta.
The new airline’s headquarters will be in Atlanta, but the executive offices of Northwest will stay open. Gov. Pawlenty wants to know how that’ll work.
Why it’s important, one branding expert says, for Delta to wipe the Northwest name off the aviation map as quickly as possible.
Even without the merger, frequent flier miles were going to get harder to use. Now, it’ll likely cost you more.
The most frequently asked questions, asked again.
Pilots say they’re turning their attention to stopping the merger.
Richard Anderson of Delta and Doug Steenland, boss at Northwest, are holding a conference call for investors.
One analyst says the merger will make last week’s American Airlines passenger experience ‘look like a Sunday picnic.’