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[Homework]2014-01-24&01-26 达美航空客运量同比增长7.1%

Atlanta is fortress Delta when it comes to aviation, isn't it?You are a vast presents air .So I ask you how important is Atlanta to you?
Oh,Atlanta is incrediablly important and it is the largest hub in the world, we have to take off landing every 45 seconds and if you look at the deal  statistics ,it is one of the most reliable hubs in the world .
So when you look at a place like Atlanta ,How did Delta and how did the Atlanta the airport grow so big ?
A great long term parternship between the mayor Hartsfiled and Mr Vollmann the founder of delta, that started in 1940 and it has been carried on until today .With the mayor, the leadship of the city Altanta ,the leadship of Delta decade after decade,decade after decade.
And yet at the same time, you have great temptations and you have other hubs such as build out ,the wesxus ,the northeast ,so as achieve as that how do you priorize when you still got this big hub here Atlanta.
well, the world is a big place,and now we have 6 hubs in the US and 3 hubs outside the US.And the key priortization is where do our customers originate and where do our customer want to go and bulid the most convenient network to service the customer.
Many more people ,to a central hub like Atlanta than the other airlines, don't you you perfected the maxmize the use of the Atlanta hub  
We do ,in a pretty much everything in the United States,large population center within 750 miles in Atlanta and already in our airports in the cennity of Altanta so we collect the numerours  m** traffic here .
What do you do next with Atlanta becasue clearly you are not going to  be attacked by any other major airlines on your home base here .
Well,we are going through a mass transiformation right now in Delta and we are turning Delta back into a mainline airline. What that means we are upgrading the flee and we are growing the mainline airline which is airplane flown and uprated by Delta emolyees dramtaically reducing the connection  operation rather than what is happened in the century of the last 25 years which is we put too many people on  50 seats jets for  a thousands miles we are stopping that in Delta .
Why?
Because one the economic in the airplane number two I don't believe that customers expecte to take a 50 seats jet more than about 250 seats to 500 miles at most and number three what is allowed to do in Atlanta  is to take a market we would serve with with 10 50 seats regional jets  10 flights a day  and replaced with 6  a day on a bigger plan .
So what is your priority is to achieve the exact in 2014?
Well,first we want to continue to successfully  upgrading? upgage? the airline . second we are going to continue doing to improve the incredible performance from a reliablity  perspective that Delta so this year the day are complishing  factors 997 and on time performances are 87 per cent those numbers are unheard of but it turns relability .But we are going the raise the bar next year.

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Atlanta is fortress Delta when it comes to aviation, isn't it? You are a vast presence here. So I ask you how important is Atlanta to you?

Oh,Atlanta is incredibly important. It is the largest hub in the world; we have takeoff and landing every 45 seconds. And if you look at the DOT statistics, it is one of the most reliable hubs in the world.

So when you look at a place like Atlanta, how did Delta and how did the Atlanta airport grow so big?

A great long term partnership between mayor Hartsfield and Mr. Volkmann the founder of delta that started in 1940 and has been carried on until today with the mayor, the leadership of the city of Atlanta, the leadership of Delta decade after decade after decade.

And yet at the same time, you have great temptations and you have other hubs that you build out at the west coast, the north east, so as the chief executive how do you prioritize when you still got this big hub here Atlanta?

Well, the world is a big place, and we now have 6 hubs in the US and we have 3 hubs outside the US. And the key privatization is where do our customers originate and where do our customer want to go and build the most convenient network to service the customer.

But Delta sends many more people to a central hub like Atlanta than the other airlines, don't you? You perfected maximize the use of the Atlanta hub.

We do, I mean pretty much everything in the United States, large population center within 750 miles in Atlanta and any other real airports in the sanity of Atlanta, so we collect the enormous traffic here.

What do you do next with Atlanta because clearly you are not going to be attacked by any other major airlines on your home base here?

Well, we are going through a massive transformation right now at Delta and we are turning Delta back into a mainline airline. What that means we are up-gagging the flee and we are growing the mainline airline which is airplane flown and operated by Delta employees and dramatically reducing the connection operation rather than what has happened in this industry of the last 25 years which is we put too many people on 50 seats jets for thousand miles, we are stopping that at Delta.

Why?

Because one the economic in the airplane. Number two I don't believe that customers expect to take a 50 seats jet more than about 250 to 500 miles at the most and number three what allowed us to do in Atlanta is to take a market we would serve with 10-50 seats regional jets 10 flights a day and replaced with 6 a day on a bigger plan.

So what is your priority as the chief executive in 2014?

Well, we want to continue to successfully up gate the airline the airline. Second we are going to continue to improve the incredible performance from a reliability perspective that Delta so this year today completion factors 1997 and on time performances are 87 per cent those numbers are unheard of in terms of reliability. But we are going the raise the bar next year.
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Atlanta is fortress delta when it comes to aviation, isn't it?You are a vast presents air .So I ask you how important is Atlanta to you?
Oh, Atlanta is incrediablly important. It is the largest hub in the world, we have takeoff or landing every 45 seconds, and if you look at the deal statistics, it is one of the most reliable hubs in the world .
So when you look at a place like Atlanta, how did Delta and how did the Atlanta the airport grow so big?
A great long term parternship between the mayor Hartsfiled and Mr Vollmann the founder of Delta, that started in 1940 and it has been carried on until today. With the mayor, the leadship of the city Altanta, and the leadship of Delta, decade after decade, after decade.
And yet at the same time, you have great temptations, then you have other hubs built out, the west coast, the northeast, so they achieve. How do you priorize when you still got this big hub here at Atlanta.
Well, the world is a big place, and we now have 6 hubs in the US and 3 hubs outside the US, and the key priortization is where our customers originate and where our customers wanna go, and bulid the most convenient network to service the customer.
But Delta sends many more people, to a central hub like Atlanta than the other airlines do, don't you? You perfected and maxmized the use of the Atlanta hub.  
We do, I mean, pretty much everything in the United States, large population centers within 750 miles of Atlanta and there are airports in the center of Altanta, so we collect the numerous traffic here .
What do you do next with Atlanta becasue clearly you are not going to be attacked by any other major airlines on your home base here .
Well, we are going through a massive transformation right now at Delta, and we are turning Delta back into a mainline airline, what that means we are upgrading the fleet and we are growing the mainline airline, which is airplane flown and operated by Delta emolyees dramtaically reducing the connection operation rather than what happened in the century of the last 25 years which is we put too many people on 50 seats jets for a thousand miles. We are stopping that at Delta .
Why?
Because one the economics in the airplane, number two I don't believe that customers expect to take a 50 seats jet more than about 250 to 500 miles at the most, and number three what is allowed to do in Atlanta is to take a market we wouldn't serve with 10, 50 seats regional jets, 10 flights a day, and replace it with 6 a day on a bigger airplane.
So what is your priority to achieve exactly in 2014?
Well, first we want to continue to successfully upgauging the airline, second we are going to continue to improve the incredible performance for a reliablity perspective at Delta. So this year to the day, .... But we are going the raise the bar next year.
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Atlanta is fortress Delta, when it comes to aviation, isn’t it? You are a vast presence here. So I ask you how important is Atlanta to you?

Oh, Atlanta is incredibly important. It is the largest hub in the world, we have a takeoff or landing every 45 seconds and if you look at the DOT statistics, it’s one of the most reliable hubs in the world.

So, when you look at a place like Atlanta, how did Delta -- and how did Atlanta -– the airport grow so big?

A great, long term partnership between Mayor Hartsfield and Mr. Woolman, the founder of Delta that’s started in 1940, and has been carried on until today, with the mayor, the leadership of the city of Atlanta and the leadership of Delta decade after decade after decade.

And yet at the same time, you have great temptations and you have other hubs that you build out, the west coast, the northeast. So as the chief exec, how do you prioritize when you’ve still got this big hub here in Atlanta?

Well, the world is a big place, and we now have six hubs in the U.S., and we have three hubs outside the U.S., and the key prioritization is where do our customers originate and where do our customers want to go and to build the most convenient network to service the customer.

But Delta sends many more people to a central hub like Atlanta than the other airlines, don’t you? You’ve perfected or maximized the use of the Atlanta Hub.

We do. I mean, pretty much everything in the United States -- large population centers -- are within 750 miles of Atlanta, and there aren’t any real airports in the vicinity of Atlanta, so we collect an enormous amount of traffic here.

What do you do next with Atlanta, because clearly you are not going to be attacked by any of the other major airlines on your home base here?

Well, we are going through a massive transformation right now at Delta, and we were turning Delta back into a mainland airline. What that means is we’re up-gaging the fleet and we’re growing the mainland airline which is airplanes flown and operated by Delta employees and dramatically reducing the connection operation rather than what has happened in this industry over last 25 years, which is we put too many people on 50-seat jets for 1,000 miles. We’re stopping that at Delta.

Why?

Because one, the economics of the airplane, number two, I don’t believe that the customers expect to take a 50-seat jet more than about 250 to 500 miles at the most. And number three, what it allows us to do in Atlanta is take a market we would have served with 10 50-seat region jets, ten flights a day, and replace it with six a day on a bigger plane.

So what’s your priority as the chief exec in 2014?

Well, we want to continue to successfully up-gage the airline, second, we’re gonna continue to improve incredible performance from a reliability prospective at Delta. So this year to date our completion factor is 99-7, and our on-time performance is 86 percent. Those numbers are unheard of in terms of reliability, but we're going to raise the bar next year.
homework---Atlanta is fortunes delta when it comes to aviation, isn't it? You are a vast presence air. So I ask you, how important is Atlanta to you? Oh, Atlanta is incredibly important, is the largest harbor in the world,we have taken off landing every forty five seconds in there if you look at the deal T statistics. It's one of the most reliable harbors in the world. So when you look at a place like Atlanta, how did delta and how did Atlanta the apple grow so big? A great long time partnership between male...field and Mr. Worm, the founder of delta. That started in 1960, and has been carried on until today. Here the leadership of the city of Atlanta and the leadership of delta decade after decade after decade. A near to the same time, you have great temptations and you have other harbors such you built out, the west coast, the north east, so as a chief executor, how do you prioritize when you still got this big harbor here Atlanta? Well, the world is a big place, and we now have six harbors in the US. And we have three harbors outside the US. And the key prioritization is where do our customers originate and where do our customers want to go and build the most convenient network to service the customer. But delta sends many more people through a central harbor like Atlanta than the other airlines do, don't you? You perfected a maximize that use the Atlanta harbor. We do? I mean the pretty much everything in the United States large population centers are within seven hundred fifteen miles of Atlanta. And there aren't any real airports into the senaty of Atlanta. So we collect the normal.. traffic here. What do you do next with Atlanta, because clearly you are not going to be attacked by any of the other major airlines on your home base here. Well we are going through a massive transformation right now in delta. And we are turning delta back into a main land airline. What that means is we are upgaging the flee and we are growing the mainland airline which is airplanes flown and operated by delta employees in dramatically reducing  the connection operation rather than what has happened in this industry of last twenty five years which is we put too many people on fifty seat jets for thousand miles. We are stopping that in delta. Why? Because, one, the economic is the airplane. Number two, I don't believe that customers expect to take a fifty seat jet more than about two hundred fifty to five hundred miles at the most. Three, what it allows us to do on Atlanta is take a market we want to serve with ten fifty seats regional jets ten flights a day and replace with six a day on a bigger airplane. So what's your priority as the chief executor in 2014? Well we want to continue to successfully upgage the airline, second, we are gonna continue to improve incredible performance for our reliability perspective of delta. So this year the day are complishion factors ninety nine seven on a ontime performance at eighty six percent. Those numbers are unheard of in terms of reliability, but we are gonna raise the bar.

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Atlanta is fortress Delta when it comes to aviation, isn't it? You are a vast presence here. So I ask you how important is Atlanta to you?

Oh, Atlanta is incredibly important. It is the largest hub in the world: we have
a takeoff-and-landing every 45 seconds. And if you look at the DOT statistics, it is one of the most reliable hubs in the world.

So when you look at a place like Atlanta, how did Delta and how did the Atlanta airport grow so big?

A great long term partnership between mayor Hartsfield and Mr. Volkmann the founder of Delta that started in 1940 and has been carried on until today with the mayor, the leadership of the city of Atlanta, the leadership of Delta decade after decade after decade.

And yet at the same time, you have great temptations and you have other hubs that you build out at the west coast, the north east, so as the chief executive how do you prioritize when you still got this big hub here
at Atlanta?

Well, the world is a big place, and we now have six hubs in the US and we have three hubs outside the US. And the key
prioritization is where do our customers originate and where do our customers want to go and to build the most convenient network to service the customer.

But Delta sends many more people
through a central hub like Atlanta than the other airlines do, don't you? You perfected and maximized the use of the Atlanta hub.

We do, I mean
that pretty much everything in the United States, large population centers are within 750 miles of Atlanta and there are any other real airports in the vicinity of Atlanta, so we collect an enormous amount of traffic here.

What do you do next with Atlanta because clearly you are not going to be attacked by any
of the other major airlines on your home base here?

Well, we are going through a massive transformation right now at Delta and we are turning Delta back into a mainline airline. What that means
is we are up gauging the flee and we are growing the mainline airline which is airplanes flown and operated by Delta employees and dramatically reducing the connection operation rather than what has happened in this industry over the last 25 years which is we put too many people on 50-seat jets for a thousand miles, we are stopping that at Delta.

Why?

Because one: the economics in the airplane. Number two I don't believe that customers expect to take a 50-seat jet more than about 250 to 500 miles at the most and number three
is what it allows us to do in Atlanta is take a market. We won’t have it served with 10 50-seat regional jets, 10 flights a day and replace it with six a day on a bigger airplane.

So what is your priority as the chief executive in 2014?

Well, we want to continue to successfully
update the airline. Second we are gonna continue to improve incredible performance from a reliability perspective at Delta. So this year today our completion factor is 1997 and our on-time performance is 87 per cent. Those numbers are unheard of in terms of reliability. But we are going the raise the bar next year.
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-Atlanta is forest Delta, When it comes to aviation, isn't it? You own a vast presents air, so I ask you how important is Atlantaa to you?
-Oh Atlanta is incrediably  import. It is the largest harbour in the world we have a take-off landing every 45 seconds and if you look at the DOT tisticks, it's one of those reliable harbours in the world.
-So when you look at the place like Atlanta, how did the Delta and how did Atlanta day-up grow so big?
-A great long term partnership between Mayor Hartsphild and Mr. Warmer who found the Delta, that's started in 1940 and has been carried on until today with the Mayor and the leadership of the city of Atlanta and the leadership of Delta decade after decade after decade.
-And yet at the same time, you have great tempetations and you have other harbours that you built out at the west coast, the northeast, so it's the tif exact how do you prioritize when you still go the speak at a harbour here in Atlanta?
-Well, the world is a big place, and we now have the six harbours in the US, and we have three harbours ourside the US, and to keep our priorization is where do your customers orginate and where do our customers wannna go and build the most convenient network to service the customer.
-But Delta sends many more people through our enter heart like Altanta airline do, don't you? You perfected maxmize the use of Atlanta Harbour?
-We do. I mean, the pretty much everything in the United States, its large population cener within 750 miles in Atlanta and there are any rare airports in the sanety of Atlanta, so we collect the normous manner traffic here.
-What do you do next with Atlanta because clearly you're gonna be attacked by any of the other major airlines on your own homebase here?
-Well, we are going through a massive transformation right now in Delta and we are turning Delta back into a main line airline. Well that means is we are upgaging the flea, we are growing a main line airline which is airplanes flown operated by Delta employees in dramatically reducing the connection operation, rather than what has it happend since the three over the last 25 years which is we put too many people on 15-seat jet for a thousand's miles. We are stopping that Delta.
-Why?
-Because one, the economic is new year's plan. No. 2, I don't believe that customers expect to take 15-seat jet more than the about 250-500 miles at the most. And No.3, when it allows to in Atlanta is to take a market we won't serve with 10-15-seat regional jet 10 flights a day replace with a 6-day on a bigger one.
-So what's your priority of chief executive in 2014?
-Well we want to continue to successfully update the airline, second, we are gonna continue to improve incredible performance for the reliability perspfect that Delta.So this year on the day I'll complish fact 997 and set it on time performance 86%. Those numbers are unheard of in terms of realia built. We are gonna to raise the bar next year.
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[Homework]2014-01-24&01-26 达美航空客运量同比增长7.1%

Atlanta is fortress Delta, when it comes to aviation, isn’t it? You are a vast presence here. So I ask you how important is Atlanta to you?

Oh, Atlanta is incredibly important. It is the largest hub in the world, we have a takeoff or landing every 45 seconds and if you look at the DOT statistics, it’s one of the most reliable hubs in the world.

So, when you look at a place like Atlanta, how did Delta -- and how did Atlanta -– the airport grow so big?

A great, long term partnership between Mayor Hartsfield and Mr. Woolman, the founder of Delta that’s started in 1940, and has been carried on until today, with the mayor, the leadership of the city of Atlanta and the leadership of Delta decade after decade after decade.

And yet at the same time, you have great temptations and you have other hubs that you build out, the west coast, the northeast. So as the chief exec, how do you prioritize when you’ve still got this big hub here in Atlanta?

Well, the world is a big place, and we now have six hubs in the U.S., and we have three hubs outside the U.S., and the key prioritization is where do our customers originate and where do our customers want to go and to build the most convenient network to service the customer.

But Delta sends many more people to a central hub like Atlanta than the other airlines, don’t you? You’ve perfected or maximized the use of the Atlanta Hub.

We do. I mean, pretty much everything in the United States -- large population centers -- are within 750 miles of Atlanta, and there aren’t any real airports in the vicinity of Atlanta, so we collect an enormous amount of traffic here.

What do you do next with Atlanta, because clearly you are not going to be attacked by any of the other major airlines on your home base here?

Well, we are going through a massive transformation right now at Delta, and we were turning Delta back into a mainline airline. What that means is we’re up-gaging the fleet and we’re growing the mainline airline which is airplanes flown and operated by Delta employees and dramatically reducing the connection operation rather than what has happened in this industry over last 25 years, which is we put too many people on 50-seat jets for 1,000 miles. We’re stopping that at Delta.

Why?

Because one, the economics is in the airplane, number two, I don’t believe that the customers expect to take a 50-seat jet more than about 250 to 500 miles at the most. And number three, what it allows us to do in Atlanta is take a market we would have served with 10 50-seat regional jets, ten flights a day, and replace it with six a day on a bigger plane.

So what’s your priority as the chief exec in 2014?

Well, we want to continue to successfully up-gage the airline, second, we’re gonna continue to improve incredible performance from a reliability prospective at Delta. So this year to date our completion factor is 99-7, and our on-time performance is 86 percent. Those numbers are unheard of in terms of reliability, but we're going to raise the bar next year.
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