How Southwest Airlines was acquired by Delta for $1 billion

The sale of Southwest Airlines to Delta was one of the most unusual and controversial transactions in U.S. history.

Delta, a U.K.-based airline, bought the airline for about $1.6 billion.

While the purchase has raised many questions, its significance and significance for the airline industry is well known.

The deal was negotiated by CEO David J. Johnson, a longtime friend of Johnson and former president of the United Airlines board of directors, and President and CEO Jeff Smisek, a former Boeing executive.

In exchange for the purchase, Delta agreed to allow Southwest to merge with United.

Johnson and Smiseks will be replaced by John Flanagan and David Occhipinti, the CEOs of Delta and Southwest respectively.

Both will take on responsibilities related to the merger.

What do we know about this deal?

Southwest’s stock has gone up by more than 80% since the deal was announced.

Southwest’s shares are up more than 200% in value since it was announced on Feb. 26.

What’s new?

In the days leading up to the deal, Southwest was trading below its historical levels, and its stock was trading at under $4 a share.

The company’s stock price is up more or less 200% over the past 12 months.

Why is this so interesting?

Southwest has been a top player in the airline business for decades.

In fact, it is the only major carrier in the world that is the world’s largest.

Its success has been largely due to its success in the U.A.E. market, where the airline operates an average of 14 million flights per day.

The U.N. agency United Nations estimates that about 20 million people in Africa travel on Southwest flights.

Southwest has also been a leader in the development of the global supply chain for fuel, including the refining of natural gas, petroleum and coal.

Why did Delta want to acquire Southwest?

In 2010, Delta announced a plan to build a new terminal at the Atlanta International Airport in Georgia, a project that would eventually bring more than 50,000 jobs to the region.

The new terminal would have been built in the same location where Southwest had the terminal previously built.

Delta was a major player in bringing the terminal to fruition and was the first U.s carrier to begin the process of securing financing to build the terminal.

Southwest was a very strong proponent of the project, and in 2014, Delta made its first major financial investment in the project.

What happens now?

The merger is expected to take about a year.

Delta will continue to operate as Southwest, with Johnson as CEO and Smieks as CEO.

Both Johnson and SMieks will serve as executive officers of Delta.

However, Southwest will have to pay $1,500 per share to Delta in cash and stock, and will not be able to merge or sell its own stock at the current price.

The combined company will be called Delta Air Lines, with the following names: Southwest Southwest Airlines Southwest Airlines will have two planes, the Southwest Dreamliner and the Southwest Spirit, as well as a fleet of planes, jets and other products that have been sold or retired by Delta.

Southwest will also continue to sell some of its own aircraft to customers, although it will be selling less of them than Delta.

The number of flights will be reduced to between 40,000 and 50,00 a day, with a total of about 400,000 Southwest routes.

The planes, planes and products sold will continue as planned.

What is Delta Air lines offering?

Delta Airlines has two planes and about 20 jets, jets, planes, aircraft and other product lines.

The jet, jet, plane and other aircraft and products are sold or are retired by Southwest.

The total number of Delta Air line flights will fall to between 400,00 and 500,00 per day, and the number of Southwest flights will decline to between 4,000 to 5,000 a day.

In addition to the two planes Delta Airliners, Southwest and Delta have also been offering flights to the U,S.

Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands, as part of the Delta Airline program.

Southwest, which has a fleet that includes planes, jet and planes, will offer one more service that is currently only offered by Southwest: the Virgin Atlantic and the Virgin America, both of which will be offered by Delta and Virgin America respectively.

The Virgin Atlantic will be an all-inclusive offering with no surcharges or co-pays.

Virgin America will be a business-class offering with a standard fare, which includes taxes and fees.

What will happen to Southwest and the remaining Delta Air Line routes?

Southwest and Southwest Air Lines will continue their business as usual.

The two businesses will remain separate companies and the flights will remain at their current rates.

The flights will also remain operated by Southwest and operated by Delta AirLine.

What other airlines have purchased Delta Air Systems?

The following airlines have acquired Delta Air Services: American Airlines American Airlines, the airline of American