Delta shares soared in premarket trading Monday and are marked to open 2.3% higher at $56.40 after guiding a strong third quarter despite missing expectations in the three months to June when it reported earnings on Friday, July 14.
Coulter took to Twitter to vent her frustration that a Delta gate agent, had apparently given her seat, which she had paid $30 to select, away to another passenger.
Delta responded by saying that they would refund's Coulter's $30 but would not tolerate insults to its customers and employees.
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