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Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) Q1 2021 Earnings Call

Delta Air Lines Inc.  (NYSE: DAL) Q1 2021 earnings call dated Apr. 15, 2021

Corporate Participants:

Julie Stewart — Vice President of Investor Relations

Ed Bastian — Chief Executive Officer

Glen Hauenstein — President

Gary Chase — Co-Chief Financial Office, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Financial Planning

Peter Carter — Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary

Tim Mapes — Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer


Duane Pfennigwerth — Evercore Partners — Analyst

Brandon Oglenski — Barclays — Analyst

Jamie Baker — JP Morgan Chase — Analyst

Helane Becker — Cowen Securities — Analyst

Hunter Keay — Wolfe Research — Analyst

Ravi Shanker — Morgan Stanley — Analyst

Matt Roberts — Raymond James — Analyst

Andrew G. Didora — Bank of America / Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Mike Linenberg — Deutsche Bank — Analyst

J. David Vernon — Bernstein — Analyst

Catherine O’Brien — Goldman Sachs — Analyst

Sheila Kahyaoglu — Jefferies — Analyst

Joseph DeNardi — Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. — Analyst

Myles Walton — UBS — Analyst

Leslie Josephs — CNBC — Analyst

Alison Sider — The Wall Street Journal — Analyst

Mary Schlangenstein — Bloomberg LP — Analyst

David Slotnick — TPG — Analyst

Robert Silk — Travel Weekly — Analyst

John Biers — AFP — Analyst

Elliott Blackburn — Argus Media — Analyst


To read the full earnings call transcript, click here

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