Fourth-quarter and full-year 2015 results, which most carriers begin reporting this week, should reveal that the US airline industry will once again lead the world in terms of revenues and profits, Wall Street analysts and a credit-ratings agency believe. Delta Air Lines, which released its full-year 2015 financials Tuesday, earned a net profit of $4.53 billion in 2015, a nearly $3.9 billion improvement from $659 million in net income in 2014.  This year should be strong for the ...

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