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 Gerald Grinstein - “It's a race against time. These companies in bankruptcy are very fragile.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “And in the event a strike is not enjoined, we would not wait 48 hours we can't survive 24 hours of a strike.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “If we had fuel at the price it was three years ago, we would have had probably record operating profits in the first and second quarters of the year. That's how much fuel has impacted Delta.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “We have to recognize this is not going to be a painless process. There will be additional layoffs ... There is going to be some pay pain. There will be increased work burdens.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “We are operating our full schedule of flights, honoring tickets and reservations as usual, and making normal refunds and exchanges.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “We continue to believe an out of court restructuring is the best way.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “As Delta takes steps to secure its future as a competitive airline, we will continue to take a hard look at all of our operations and assets to identify opportunities to strengthen our financial position in the face of continuing market pressures and factors outside of our control, including fuel prices.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Emotions are running high. Our customers have expressed concern. Now more than ever, we need to support and respect one another.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “We would not be successful. I don't think the company could survive that and we would not plan to try.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “On the one hand, I'm very confident about the future, but it is also important to see that this is a very fragile period for the company.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “I think the whole company gave it a good shot, ... But there were some things we just couldn't catch up with, and among those was fuel.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “As Delta continues its transformation to become a more customer-focused airline, we are incorporating the best of Song into the best of Delta, ... Our new Song service will set the standard in transcontinental travel, making Delta the first choice for customers on these routes.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Delta people understandably must make career decisions based on their own best interests and personal circumstances. For those who leave the company either through choice or by the plan's requirements, I hope you know how much your service has been appreciated.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “All Delta employees have made significant contributions to help Delta succeed, and they continue to demonstrate a level of professionalism and dedication unrivaled in this industry. Thanks to everyone's sacrifice and continued focus on taking good care of our customers, coupled with the network and revenue improvements we are making, we are delivering real results. We have a solid plan for the future one that holds great opportunity for all Delta people.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “I want to assure you. Delta is open for business as usual.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “the opportunity to go from the Bible land to the land of the Bible.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “By merging the brands, we will also benefit from a more simplified operation, reduced overhead costs and more focused marketing resources.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Delta is fragile ... and it is not a good time to begin a consolidation discussion. The only time to do that is when you have leverage and strength. So that may be somewhere out in the future but that's not now.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “This means we will become a smaller, more cost-efficient airline, with a strengthened network and a stronger balance sheet.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Delta will move quickly and decisively to do what is necessary to beat our competitors and meet our financial commitments, and this means we will become a smaller, more cost-efficient airline, with a strengthened network and a stronger balance sheet,”
 Gerald Grinstein - “I do think consolidation is ahead for our industry.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Given the critical nature of our financial situation, this provides much-needed financial relief while we seek to reach a comprehensive agreement with ALPA. We greatly appreciate the additional sacrifices Delta employees - including our pilots - are making to help save the company. Working together, everyone's efforts are contributing to the operational progress and network improvements being made under the company's transformation plan.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Given the critical nature of our financial situation, this provides much needed financial relief while we seek to reach a comprehensive agreement with ALPA. We greatly appreciate the additional sacrifices Delta employees - including our pilots - are making to help save the company. Working together, everyone's efforts are contributing to the operational progress and network improvements being made under the company's transformation plan.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “Given the critical nature of our financial situation, this provides much needed financial relief while we seek to reach a comprehensive agreement with ALPA.”
 Gerald Grinstein - “It remains our strong preference to reach a consensual agreement that is equitable and that helps Delta realize the cost reductions that will enable it to survive and to successfully restructure. I believe these are not mutually exclusive goals and, in the best interest of the company and everyone concerned, we will proceed in good faith in an attempt to realize them.”

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