“Not many people can plan last-minute weekend dinner trips in Tokyo with coworkers,” says one employee at the airline that offers generous flight privileges. These travel enthusiasts also reap the rewards of healthy profit-sharing, which has paid out nearly $5 billion over the past five years. Employees say it’s all part of the company’s caring “family spirit.” See our feature on Delta from the March 15 issue of Fortune for more.
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