Delta Lost Nearly $5.7 Billion in Q2 and Is Set to Reduce Flights Further

Grim but expected earnings show full force of the pandemic

With a full look at the extent of the Covid-19 pandemic’s worst months, Delta lost an incredible 90% of its revenue. In an earnings report released this morning, the airline posted a loss of nearly $5.7 billion of income in the second quarter, compared to a profit of $1.4 billion last year.

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