Delta Air Lines News

Our Delta Air Lines coverage brings together the latest updates and in-depth analysis of the airline's business maneuvers, service innovations, and industry participation. With a focus on how Delta is navigating the complexities of modern aviation, this news feed is an essential resource for understanding the airline's influence on travel trends and market dynamics.

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Alaska Air Flight Attendants Protest over Wage Disparities

Flight attendants at Sea-Tac Airport joined a national protest, expressing frustration over not receiving the same large wage increases granted to pilots at Alaska, Delta, and other airlines.


Delta and LATAM Named Official Airlines for Copa América 2024

Delta Air Lines and LATAM will serve as the official carriers for the Copa América 2024, with the tournament scheduled from June 20 to July 14 across 14 venues in the United States.


Delta Introduces Premium Select on JFK-LAX Route

Starting in September, Delta will offer its Premium Select service on flights between New York-JFK and Los Angeles, including fast, free Wi-Fi by T-Mobile.

Delta Air Lines is one of the oldest and most well-known airlines in the United States, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. It offers over 5,400 flights daily to 325 destinations in 52 countries and is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance. With 9 hubs, and being ranked 2nd among the world's largest airlines, it is a major player in the aviation industry.

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Grupo Aeromexico Files for IPO on NYSE

Grupo Aeromexico has submitted paperwork to the SEC for an initial public offering, aiming for a listing on the New York Stock Exchange. The move follows the airline's exit from bankruptcy and signals a strategic financial push.


Delta Launches A350 with 2024 Team USA Olympic Livery

In a significant reveal at Airbus' Toulouse facility, Delta Air Lines introduced its A350-900 aircraft, featuring a custom Team USA Olympic Games livery, marking an ongoing partnership with the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee until 2028.