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Delta Air Lines Names Station Manager

ATLANTA, Jan. 9, 2003—Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) has named Jon Edwards airport station manager - Nassau, Bahamas.

In his new position, Edwards will have the responsibility for the personnel in customer service, as well as for employees working on the airport ramp and cargo. He also will oversee Delta’s insourcing business from three partners: Northwest, Air Jamaica and Chautauqua Airlines.

“Jon brings relevant and complementary skills to his new position,” said Mary Smith, regional director of Airport Customer Service for Mexico and the Caribbean. “His previous experiences in Cincinnati, along with his dedication and leadership skills, will enable him to effectively lead our Nassau station and to help us continue the positive growth we have experienced in the Caribbean.”

Edwards began his career in 1978 as a senior customer service agent working in Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio. During his tenure in Cincinnati, Jon held several leadership positions. He has been with Delta for 24 years and, for the past four years, has managed the Cincinnati station by overseeing daily operations, as well as 180 Delta employees and 50 contract employees.

Delta operates flights from Nassau to Atlanta, Cincinnati, New York (JFK), and Orlando.


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