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Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) Reports 2017 Q4 and Full Year Results. Revenues Reviewed.

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) reported it’s 2017 Q4 results yesterday, January 11, 2018. Today, we will review the unique highlights of Delta’s operations.

Delta finished off with a wonderful year in 2017. One of the most exciting among the years highlights, they were named to Fortune's '50 Most Admired Companies' for the sixth time in seven years. Additionally, Delta has ranked No.1 in the Business Travel News' annual airline survey for an unprecedented seven consecutive years. 

Delta’s breakdown of revenue proves they were able to finish off with a good year, as they have increased in YOY growth across all boards. Delta ended 2017 with $10,145 M in total Revenue and 8.3% YOY. 


Below, we provide historical interactive charts to display the breakdown. 

Mainline and Regional Revenue makeup the total Domestic Revenue for Delta’s reporting.

 

From the above revenue, Delta factors in Atlantic, Pacific and Latin America, to come up with Total Passenger Revenue.

 

Total Passenger Revenue is up 6.6% for the year at $8501 Million. 


Cargo Revenue and Other Revenue are thrown into the mix to factor Delta’s Total Revenue.

 

Surprisingly, Delta ended with a great quarter despite the hinderances of a power outage at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport and Winter Storm Benji.

2018 should continue to be a great year as they focus on customer loyalty. In December, Delta announced an order for 100 state-of-the-art Airbus A321neo aircraft, with deliveries beginning in 2020, and a long-term commitment with Pratt & Whitney for Delta TechOps to be a major maintenance, repair, and overhaul provider for the PW1100G and PW1500G engines, powering Delta’s A321neo and C Series aircraft. All fleet unit information can be viewed on Delta's Hade Page. 

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