Air travel in the US is back to the unrestricted pre-Covid days as airlines no longer require passengers and aircrew to wear facemasks onboard aircraft. This follows a Florida court ruling on April 18, which overturned an earlier recommendation from the Centers for...
UPDATE – Delta Airlines returned to profitability in March after rebounding strongly from the first two months that were impacted by Omicron. As such, the Q1 results that it presented on April 13 are in line with the predictions from two months ago at the FY21...
Despite high infections rates across the US and elsewhere in the world, Delta Airlines expects the worst of the Omicron crisis to settle down from around mid-February. The airline is projecting losses for January and February but a recovery of demand around...
Delta Airlines has announced equity stake changes in LATAM and Aeromexico, two Latin American carriers currently under the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process. Delta will see its equity stakes in both airlines dilute due to the reorganization process. The US carrier will...
Third-quarter operating revenues at Delta Airlines have been back at 66 percent of 2019-levels, even before most of its international network and corporate travel has returned. CEO Ed Bastian called this a ‘great achievement’ during the October 13 results...
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