Delta clearly wants to change the "perimeter rule" so it can get access to Los Angeles from LaGuardia. The airline's huge investment in the LaGuardia revamp could go a long way to getting those changes.
Pilots landing flights at the wrong airport happens more often that you'd think -- or be comfortable with.
RASM, or revenue per available seat mile, is in the "doldrums," according to one analyst, and U.S. airlines are hiking fares in time for the summer travel season to reverse that depression.
Delta wants to shed its stodgy, business traveler-oriented reputation because it knows hoped-for throngs of millennials in the back of the plane are an audience it can't ignore. A little more legroom would be a nice start.
This is not a shining moment for Delta as it killed its sponsorship of a hometown Atlanta theater for hosting a Qatar event and now is accused of obstructing Qatar's maiden Atlanta flight, although Delta denies it.
Delta's doing the right thing by pushing innovation at the security checkpoint -- the TSA just has to run with it.
Delta Air Lines upped its relationship with Gogo Wi-Fi, a resounding win for Gogo and its 2Ku satellite-based technology, which promises the end of the era of glacial inflight Internet.
Airlines' practice of matching or occasionally not matching competitors' fares is a contact sport. Virgin America's David Cush thinks carriers would be better-served competition on product where practical. It would be an uphill fight.
Delta gets a few brownie points for less hate-selling. That's beside the fact that about 20 percent of the U.S. population still doesn't use the Internet.