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Delta Announces International Personnel Change

Delta Air Lines today
announced Loren Neuenschwander will lead the carrier’s international
operations in Europe. A 14-year veteran of the company, Neuenschwander
will be stationed in Delta’s London office and will oversee the carrier’s
operations, sales and customer service efforts in the United Kingdom,
Europe, Africa, the Middle East and India. Jorge Fernandez, Delta’s vice president - International & Alliances, said,
“Loren’s appointment supports Delta’s international leadership position as
Delta implements a new strategic plan for how we intend to transform Delta
and create the right airline for a new era in the global airline

“Loren returns to the Atlantic region, where he served from 1999-2000 as
Director - Atlantic Region Finance. He brings to the Atlantic region broad
professional experience in finance along with the international and
alliance arenas. He was responsible for forging the successful three-way
partnership with Continental and Northwest Airlines,” he added.

A graduate of Grace College in Winona Lake, Ind., Neuenschwander received
his MBA from Auburn University and is a licensed Certified Public
Accountant (CPA). He joined Delta in 1990 in the Finance Division and
worked in the financial analysis, strategic planning and network analysis
areas of the company.

Neuenschwander is replacing Carolyn Ezzell, who is moving to Atlanta as
vice president - Airport Customer Service - East.

Fernandez went on to say, “Loren is an outstanding leader who brings
global experience to our international efforts. We look forward to having
him return to London to help orchestrate new initiatives that will
continue Delta’s leadership role in the global marketplace and deepen our
relationships with our European partners.”