Delta and The Perils of Investing in Partners It Can’t Control

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  1. jimntx

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    #2 jimntx, Jun 12, 2020
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    I can't believe that no one on this forum saw the Karma of the Delta investment in Latam which then went into bankruptcy. I trust all the AA rampers will be gentlemanly to the DL rampers. No Nyah, Nyah Nyah, boys.

    P.S. See my definition of Karma directly below.
     
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    Not to worry swamt.

    The big 3 + WN will 'strong arm' the M O R O N, for another bailout.
    Take it to the bank !
     
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    Good. It is needed as well as justified.
     
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    I'll disagree on it being justified... Looks like travel may be down 30% thru end of 2021, so what benefit is there in having airlines keep excess employees around another six months just to have to lay them off in March?...
     
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    Since now the numbers are larger than originally said, by extending thru March would give the added folks a chance (yes I know, they already should have) to stash some cash and prepare.
     

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