Articles tagged “delta air lines”

Airlines

FAA Upholds Pilot Training Hours in Blow to Republic Airways

Airlines will need to find another way to ease the U.S. pilot shortage. The FAA has denied an attempt to reduce the number of hours needed by new pilots.

FAA Upholds Pilot Training Hours in Blow to Republic Airways

Airlines

Delta Air Lines Prepares Refinery to Process Biofuels to Cut Jet Fuel Costs

The airline industry's push to slash carbon emissions and reduce fuel costs is driving carriers such as Delta to take steps to increase their use of biofuels.

Delta Air Lines Prepares Refinery to Process Biofuels to Cut Jet Fuel Costs

Hotels

Europe’s Hotels Brace for Energy Crisis

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at the impact of Europe’s energy crisis on hotels, Florida’s push to market new attractions, and Israel’s lure for U.S. airlines.

Europe’s Hotels Brace for Energy Crisis

Airline Weekly

American, Delta, United Airlines Cash In on Resurgent Israel Demand With New Flights

Americans are visiting Israel in record numbers. Airlines are ready with new flights.

American, Delta, United Airlines Cash In on Resurgent Israel Demand With New Flights

News Blog

U.S. Unveils New Airline Customer Service Portal

Air travelers in the U.S. now have a one-stop shop when it comes to knowing what airlines will provide them with in the event of a lengthy flight delay or cancellation. The new Airline Customer Service Dashboard by the Department of Transportation is designed to "ensure the traveling public has easy access" to airline commitments…

Overtourism

Berlin Locals Weigh in on Tourists

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Berlin’s use of local consultation, ITA Airlines’ likely new owner, and what Google says about cheap flights.

Berlin Locals Weigh in on Tourists

Airline Weekly

Air France-KLM, Delta Backed by Certares Set to Win Italy’s ITA Airways Bid

Air France-KLM and Delta are poised to win the contest for ITA Airways. The deal would give them a key edge in the important Italian market.

Air France-KLM, Delta Backed by Certares Set to Win Italy’s ITA Airways Bid

Airline Weekly

What Latam’s First Post-Pandemic Profit Says About South America’s Travel Recovery

Latam Airlines struggles may finally be ending. But high energy prices and inflation could slow the South American giant's progress just as it prepares to takeoff.

What Latam’s First Post-Pandemic Profit Says About South America’s Travel Recovery

Media and PR

Choice Hotels Played Coy in TV Advertising Before Surging Past All Travel Companies

Watch out for the quiet ones. Choice didn't run any U.S. national TV ads in 2021 and Virgin Voyages was absent during the first seven months of last year. Yet both brands surged to leadership positions in 2022.

Choice Hotels Played Coy in TV Advertising Before Surging Past All Travel Companies

Business Travel

Southwest Joins Airlines Looking to Provide More Travel Management Tools

A trio of airlines have overhauled their corporate platforms in the past seven days. The focus is on self-service, and managing perks as well as discounts, which could help them gain more direct business from smaller companies that are spearheading the recovery.

Southwest Joins Airlines Looking to Provide More Travel Management Tools