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Title Delta Prop Plane Clock
Date 05/03/2007
Collection Delta Air Lines Promotional Objects
Object Name Clock, Table
Catalog Number 2009.103.14
Description Small table clock believed to be a gift to participants or special guests at the relisting of Delta on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on May 3, 2007. The clockface is round and mounted on the nose of a small metal pewter-colored airplane figurine. Airplane has two metal rotating propellers. Brass band around the clockface and glass cover. Delta branding found on clockface.
Depth (in) 2.75
Height (in) 1.5
Width (in) 4
Provenance Delta emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 30, 2007, following a successful 19-month restructuring during which the airline fundamentally transformed its business. The company’s Plan of Reorganization was confirmed in an order entered by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York on April 25, 2007. Delta Air Lines, Inc. began trading on the NYSE on April 26 on a when-issued basis under the ticker symbol “DAL.WI”. Regular way trading began May 3, 2007 under the ticker symbol “DAL”.

To commemorate Delta’s emergence from Chapter 11 and the relisting of its common stock on the NYSE, the company is participated in The Opening and Closing Bell ceremonies with the NYSE. Delta executives rang The Opening Bell from the airline’s newly redesigned international check-in lobby at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Delta executives, employees, customers and guests also traveled to New York to ring The Closing Bell from the NYSE bell podium overlooking the trading floor in lower Manhattan.
Search Terms Delta Air Lines
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
New York, Ny.
New York
Northeast (U.S.)
Atlanta, Ga.--Airport (ATL)
Atlanta, Ga.
Georgia
South (U.S.)
Logo, Delta Classic Widget
Subjects Commemoration
Celebrations
Stock exchanges
Employees
Clocks & watches
Credit line Delta Air Lines
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