Delta Air Lines is very pleased with its 2022 result as it turned a $-940 million Q1 loss into a $1.318 billion full-year profit and made good progress in restoring the balance sheet. Forget the Covid years 2020 and 2021, said CEO Ed Bastian, 2022 was the most...
Delta Air Lines announced that it will be the first major US airline to offer free Wi-Fi to passengers onboard their aircraft from February 1. Free Wi-Fi is already available with JetBlue and was for a limited period also with American, but now Delta is the first of...
Delta Air Lines expects to significantly grow its revenues and earnings per share in 2023, based on strong growth and a full recovery to pre-pandemic levels. Solid free cash flow will help the airline to reduce its debt, it said on December 14 on its Investor’s Day....
UPDATE – Record-high revenues for the September quarter haven’t translated into a likewise record-high net result for Delta Airlines. The airline reported a $695 million net profit for Q3, almost half that of the same period last year as it saw expenses soar, it...
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...
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