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Articles tagged “delta air lines”

Airlines

Denzel’s “Flight” may be a tough sell to airlines, to screen in-flight

Airlines pilots associations would've been half-pleased at the skills of a vet pilot, though disapproving of Denzel's drug addled behavior. Meanwhile, airlines, troubled with outsourcing maintenance controversies, don't come out looking good in the movie anyway.

Denzel’s “Flight” may be a tough sell to airlines, to screen in-flight

Airlines

Delta Air Lines’ Sandy loss: $45 million in revenues and $20 million in profits

First of the many U.S. airlines that will report October and even some November losses as a result.

Delta Air Lines’ Sandy loss: $45 million in revenues and $20 million in profits

Airlines

Travel companies lend a helping hand in aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Travel companies from startups to legacy airlines have stepped up during disasters to help out their customers, employees, and the destinations they rely on for their businesses to prosper.

Travel companies lend a helping hand in aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Online Travel

California attorney general cracks down on Delta, United and others for mobile privacy policies

A state-by-state effort to please everyone is a hassle, but California's combination of activism and Silicon Valley smarts gives it the right balance to set the standard for the rest of the country.

Airlines

Delta to a reorganized or merged American Airlines: Bring it on

Delta's Richard Anderson has a point: An American Airlines merger with US Airways, or perhaps another airline, would mean fewer major carriers in the U.S., and that would benefit remaining airlines. Would it benefit passengers? That's another story.

Airlines

Revenue and net income jump at Delta but fall short of analyst estimates

Delta's capacity cuts will allow it to make more money from each mile flown, both from more crowded planes and higher ticket prices to match demand.

Airlines

How Delta honed its Europe and Asia strategy

Unlike in basketball, Delta's "four-corners" strategy isn't a stall tactic but a growth plan.

Airlines

Delta makes a bet that it can make better connections at New York’s La Guardia

Delta has the opportunity to experiment at La Guardia because both airlines and passengers would rather not think about it. But if Delta can make a success out of using it as a hub they'll be in an excellent position to take advantage of New York as both hub and gateway.

Airlines

Hawaiian, American, Delta, and United compete for one slot at Tokyo Airport

The lack of a nonstop service between the Big Island and Japan since 2010 represents a major gap in the travel market for the two countries and forms a strong argument for why Hawaiian should be awarded flight rights.

Hawaiian, American, Delta, and United compete for one slot at Tokyo Airport

Airlines

Delta cuts off another loyalty tracker, axes access to TripIt Pro

Delta says it wants to improve the customer experience by participating in the Apple Passbook program, but it risks alienating these same customers already using TripIt Pro and AwardWallet.