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Delta Air Lines' $200 charge to unvaccinated employees puts penalty power to the test
According to Delta, 75% of its employees are vaccinated.
As air travel soars, airline contract jobs struggle to be filled
How much of your flying experience is actually run by a company other than the airline you’re flying?
What drives corporations to sign — or not sign — a letter opposing voting restrictions?
Amazon, Netflix and Starbucks joined a public statement, but Coca-Cola, Walmart and others did not.
Free Wi-Fi coming to some Delta flights
The Atlanta-based carrier will trial free Wi-Fi on 55 domestic flights each day.
Choppy times ahead for U.S. airlines
2018 turned out to be a bad year for U.S. airlines and 2019 isn’t looking better after two major carriers downgraded their outlooks since Jan. 1. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Fuel prices depress Delta earnings
High fuel costs and a 6 percent raise for most of its employees are likely to take a toll on Delta Air Line’s earnings. After years of low fuel prices, Delta’s revenue is not what it used to be. Yet the air line is expanding and offering new trans-Atlantic flights — including direct flights between Atlanta and Lisbon. Click […]
Does Trump-like Julius Caesar cross artistic lines? Sponsors say yes
Beware the ides of March.
Passengers can track luggage to the carousel with smartphone
If you’re flying with Delta Air Lines, your luggage tag now has a microchip embedded inside.
Delta Air Lines CEO talks power outages, TSA lines and 'being Delta'
Ed Bastian took over Delta's corner office earlier this year. He's already had his hands full.
Computer failures ground Delta flights worldwide
Tens of thousands of passengers were stranded early Monday as a result of the outage.