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Delta opens a high-tech pit stop for jet engine repair

by Jack Stewart Feb 21, 2019
Delta is opening a new jet engine test cell in Atlanta, the world's largest.
Delta jet engine test facility
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Fuel prices depress Delta earnings

by Jed Kim Apr 12, 2018
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…

Does a company's stance on issues change how you shop?

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Mar 5, 2018
Do companies need to pick a stance publicly or is that taking politics too far? We want to hear from you.
Citing the recent shooting at Stoneman Douglas School in Parkland, Florida, Dick's Sporting Goods announced that it would no longer sell firearms to anyone under 21 years of age, no longer sell high capacity magazines, and would no longer sell assault-style rifles at any company owned stored.
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Delta’s earnings show if demand for business travel is growing

by Reema Khrais Jan 11, 2018
Delta Air Lines released its latest earnings report this morning, sharing just how much money it made during the last few months of 2017. The company beat Wall Street expectations, earning 96 cents per share. The airline has laid out…

Will new technology improve your airport experience?

by Adam Allington Jun 15, 2017
Delta Airlines is testing new biometrics technology that would allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection to record facial images of travelers leaving the United States. The measure is being touted as a way to boost security and make life easier…

Airlines operating more and more on automated systems

by Jed Kim Jan 30, 2017
Delta Airlines had a system outage over the weekend; this follows another outage in August. Delta won’t say what happened in the last couple of days, so we’re not sure what caused hundreds of cancellations yet. Airlines. of course. use…

Buffett says airlines are now a good investment

by Andy Uhler Nov 15, 2016
For decades, the investor said airlines were a good way to lose money.
Warren Buffett has invested heavily in American Airlines, Delta and United. He even bought some Southwest shares.
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Race to the (seat) bottom

by Amy Scott Sep 13, 2016
To compete with low-cost carriers, airlines offer stripped-down fares.
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How airlines are getting you to spend more

by Andy Uhler Apr 14, 2016
Both major and budget airlines are banking on amenities to turn more profit
 Delta Airlines jet takes off at LAX.
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What's up with how airlines board planes?

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 23, 2015
Back to front, windows-to-aisles — random boarding may be more efficient.