Delta Gets on Board with Cutbacks

On March 24, Delta Air Lines joined the other major U.S. carriers in cutting back on some of its scheduled routes. It announced it will cut 12 percent of its flights, starting March 27 for U.S. flights and April 6 for flights to Europe. Depending on demand, the flights may be reinstated in May. The airline also has indefinitely postponed a seasonal service between Boston and Rome, and a daily service between Cincinnati and Rome, both of which were scheduled to start May 1. No layoffs had been

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