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NEWS Nov 02, 2023 Delta Pilot Threatens to Shoot Captain Over Medical Diversion Federal authorities in Utah have indicted a former Delta Air Lines pilot for allegedly trying to shoot his captain during a flight last year. Jonathan Dunn was indicted in a Utah District Court on October 18 for disrupting the crew's operations on a commercial flight. This incident, along with another one involving an Alaska Airlines pilot, signifies the importance of mental health in the aviation industry. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Oct 29, 2023 The Haunted Crash Site of Delta Air Lines Flight 191 On August 2, 1985, a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar operated by Delta Air Lines crashed short of runway 17L (now 17C) at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. The cause? Mother nature herself. The flight was a scheduled service from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles with a stop in Dallas. What was seemingly a normal flight would turn deadly in seconds. Read More →
NEWS Oct 25, 2023 Delta Air Lines Cancels More Tel Aviv Flights, Provides Aid to Israel and Gaza Delta Air Lines will cancel more flights between the U.S. and Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. The airline also provided $1 million in humanitarian aid for people in Israel and the Gaza Strip. Read More →
NEWS Sep 27, 2023 The Battle for Slots: Delta vs. United at Tokyo Haneda Delta has officially announced it will scrap plans to start service between Portland and Tokyo Haneda. United Airlines has swooped in and applied to use these routes to expand its network from Tokyo. This situation highlights the importance of slots in airport operations. Read More →
NEWS Sep 23, 2023 Delta Air Lines Announces International Flight Schedule for Summer 2024 Passengers interested in visiting Europe next summer will have even more options next year. Delta Air Lines announced its transatlantic flight schedule for the upcoming high season for travel. Passengers can fly on Delta to popular travel destinations in Italy, Ireland, Switzerland, and other European countries. Read More →
ROUTES Sep 20, 2023 Flights to Aspen, Yosemite, and Alaska: Delta Air Lines Adds More Services to the Western U.S. It is always early enough to start planning your summer vacation. Even though the summer just ended, you can determine your summer 2024 travel plans with the help of Delta Air Lines. The airline announced several new routes to multiple U.S. destinations from its hubs. Read More →
NEWS Sep 18, 2023 Want to Visit the Western U.S.? Here's Why You Should Book With Delta It is always early enough to start planning your summer vacation. Even though the summer just ended, you can determine your summer 2024 travel plans with the help of Delta Air Lines. The airline announced several new routes to multiple U.S. destinations from its hubs. Read More →
NEWS Sep 16, 2023 Delta Air Lines Joins Coalition to Produce Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Minnesota Delta Air Lines has joined a coalition that aims to facilitate SAF production in Minnesota. The Minnesota SAF Hub is the first large-scale SAF hub in the US. The alliance aims to have SAF play a role in decarbonizing the aviation industry, especially at Delta's Minneapolis-Saint Paul hub. Read More →
NEWS Sep 07, 2023 Delta Air Lines Hires Tom Brady as Strategic Adviser Delta Air Lines will hire Tom Brady as a long-term strategic adviser through a first-of-its-kind multiyear partnership. The seven-time Super Bowl champion will bring his teamwork, performance, and perseverance expertise to the airline. Delta and Tom Brady have much in common: many consider them the greatest in their respective fields. Read More →
NEWS Aug 31, 2023 Delta Sky Way Opens in Los Angeles 18 Months Ahead of Schedule Delta Air Lines and Los Angeles World Airports have announced the final major phase of their Delta Sky Way at LAX project. The $2.3 billion project at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) now connects Terminal 3 to the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Passengers can move between the terminals through moving airside walkways instead of buses. Read More →