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ATLANTA (AP) -- Delta Air Lines is resuming its full flight schedule tomorrow after canceling some flights for two weeks to save fuel costs.
The company had reduced its flight schedule following the spike in jet fuel costs in the wake of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Delta says it's reinstating the flights now that fuel supplies in the Southeast have stabilized.
The third-largest U-S carrier filed for bankruptcy last month.
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