Delta 1Q Results Top Street As Passenger, Cargo Revenue RiseRevenue rose to $9.97 billion from $9.1 billion.
Delta Operations Getting Back To Normal At Atlanta Airport After OutageThis marked the second time in less than six months that the airline has suffered a major IT problem resulting in travel chaos and angry passengers.
Delta Airlines' Failed Computer Systems Back Online With Limited DearturesAs of this posting three hundred flights out of Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport had been cancelled.
Delta Resumes Flights After Global Computer System ShutdownDelta says planes are flying again although thousands of Delta Airline travelers are still dealing with delays after a major computer shut down this morning.
Lawmakers May End Tax Break On Jet Fuel, To Delta's DismayGeorgia lawmakers may eliminate a tax break for airlines buying jet fuel at the world's busiest airport, setting up a face-off with one of the state's largest employers, Atlanta-based Delta Airlines.
Man Blames Delta Airlines For His Blood ClotJorge Pajares claims he developed a blood clot while forced to sit on a flight from Peru to Atlanta.
FAA: Traffic Controller Gave Delta Flight Crew Conflicting OrdersNo one on board Delta Airlines Flight 630 was hurt after a communications mixup at Hartsfield-Jackson.
Atlanta Airport Launches Expedited Security ProgramEnrolees will be able to wear shoes, keep laptops in bags during screening procedures.
Delta Air Lines Hiring Up To 400 Flight Attendants
Double-Amputee Marine 'Humiliated,' Cries From Poor Treatment On Delta FlightA marine who lost both of his legs while serving in Afghanistan was “humiliated” while boarding a Delta Airlines flight, as he was clumsily pushed to the back of the plane in a wheelchair, knocking into row after row of seated passengers.
Delta Subsidiary To Move From Minnesota To Georgia
Local Air Fares Hit Record High