Vaccination drives in the United States escalated in the spring, as leisure trips were planned and business travel picked up the pace. After a weak 2020 due to the outbreak of the pandemic, demand in the airline industry is gradually picking up, and the industry has begun to rebound. This nascent recovery recently enabled U.S. legacy Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL) to post better-than-expected Q2 results. Following the earnings announcement, shares of the company rose 1.6% on July 15 to close at $41.35. The Q2 results – while down compared to 2019 levels – showed solid sequential gains and came in above analysts' expectations. Adjusted revenues of $6.
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