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Articles tagged “delta”

Hotels

Hyatt’s New Hotel Brand Wants You to Stay Awhile

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks closer at Hyatt’s new extended stay brand, Delta’s hub needs, and tipping on Hopper.

Hyatt’s New Hotel Brand Wants You to Stay Awhile

Travel Technology

A Look Back at How the ‘Silent Travelers’ of 2014 Influenced the Entire Travel Industry

Mobile-first consumers have played an enormous role in the travel industry and their influence is showing no signs of slowing down. Here's a look at how Skift has covered their impact on the travel industry.

A Look Back at How the ‘Silent Travelers’ of 2014 Influenced the Entire Travel Industry

Airlines

U.S. Might Delay Some Space Launches to Unsnarl Airline Traffic

Is the lobbying group for any part of the travel industry as effective as Airlines for America? The group expects 145 space launches this year, and it has the ear of U.S. authorities to try to throttle that launch schedule back.

U.S. Might Delay Some Space Launches to Unsnarl Airline Traffic

Airlines

Delta’s Summer Plan Is 15,000 More Premium Seats Than Pre-Covid

Major U.S. airlines, including Delta, are betting that demand for premium seats will continue despite inflationary pressures.

Delta’s Summer Plan Is 15,000 More Premium Seats Than Pre-Covid

Hotels

Hilton Links Brand Success to Workforce Happiness

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Hilton’s happiness equation, Delta’s South American boast, and Bhutan’s gold bounty.

Hilton Links Brand Success to Workforce Happiness

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Insist Demand Still Red Hot: But for How Long?

U.S. airlines all say that demand continues to stay super strong as they look ahead to spring and summer. But just how long will the happy demand story persist and might the party be ruined by rising costs?

U.S. Airlines Insist Demand Still Red Hot: But for How Long?

Airlines

Delta Offers Pilots Hefty Pay Raises as Unions Flex Power

Keeping pilots happy may be critical. Carrier’s planes are quite full, so U.S. airline growth depends on expanding routes and schedules. If Delta's labor pact happens, and JetBlue's merger with Spirit happens (leading to a boost in Spirit crew pay), labor wage (and fare) inflation is next.

Delta Offers Pilots Hefty Pay Raises as Unions Flex Power

Airlines

Delta’s Used Boeing 737 and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Delta introduces the first of its used Boeing 737 jets amid a pilot shortage, United Airlines will open two new pilot bases, and Hyatt aims to acquire Dream Hotels

Delta’s Used Boeing 737 and Other Top Stories This Week

Airlines

Full Video: Delta, Air France-KLM and McKinsey Talk Sustainability at Skift Aviation Forum 2022 

Climate change risks taking a direction in years ahead that could endanger our grandchildren. This panel talk does a good job of capturing the current state of airline thinking about whether aviation will reduce its carbon emissions.

Full Video: Delta, Air France-KLM and McKinsey Talk Sustainability at Skift Aviation Forum 2022 

Airlines

Full Video: Delta’s Head of Customer Experience at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

Delta carries about 500,000 passengers a day. So when the airline's top boss of customer experience talks about the carrier's tactics and strategy, it's worth a listen.

Full Video: Delta’s Head of Customer Experience at Skift Aviation Forum 2022