BULLETIN: Delta Air Lines Predicts Heavy Loss, Charges Sep 02
- ID: 1928834
- September 2002
- Standard & Poors
Delta Air Lines Inc. (BB/Negative/--) said today that it expects to report a net loss from operations of about $225 million in the third quarter of 2002, with another $125 million (after tax) of charges to write down aircraft values and for other reasons. Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said its ratings and outlook on the airline are not affected. In addition, the company disclosed in a filing to the SEC that it expects to be in violation of covenants on two letter of credit agreements that support certain tax-exempt revenue bonds and the Series C Guaranteed Serial ESOP Notes (A-) issued by the Delta Family-Care Savings Plan. Delta has renegotiated covenants as regards the former and will terminate the...
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- Delta Air Lines Inc.
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