Airlines are looking at potential testing innovations and protocols to help revive confidence and improve safety.
The airlines said in a joint statement they remain committed to developing a joint venture "but in the meantime will explore deepening the alliance."
A man has agreed to pay Delta Air Lines $1 million in restitution by Jan. 27, 2021, after admitting to trafficking computer passwords associated with the carrier’s SkyBonus program.
Paul Jacobson, Delta's CFO since 2012, will leave Delta as the Atlanta-based airline tries to rebound from coronavirus-induced losses.
Delta Air Lines and the union that represents its pilots have reached a preliminary deal to avoid furloughs through Jan. 1, 2022.
The agreement is subject to approval by union members.
The Delta-WestJet joint venture would have a combined 27% share of scheduled air carrier transborder capacity
Delta Air Lines is working "closely" with European and U.S. authorities to revive international travel amid coronavirus, CEO Ed Bastian said.
U.S. airlines expect it will be years before their business recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, even after pulling together over $100 billion by tapping government aid and mortgaging assets including planes and frequent-flier programs.
Delta and United Airlines' respective leadership are predicting very different timelines as to when exactly business travel's full recovery from the coronavirus pandemic could happen.
Delta's CEO sees more cash bleed through the spring as the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter the travel industry.
U.S. banks are in good shape depsite the COVID-19 pandemic.
A push for piecemeal legislation to help pandemic-stricken U.S. airlines is gaining traction among Democrats and Republicans as the industry warned of "many more job losses" in coming weeks.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled openness to a standalone coronavirus relief bill for the pandemic-stricken airline industry on Wednesday morning during a phone call with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
Delta Air Lines has delayed a decision to furlough close to 2,000 pilots until Nov. 1, the union representing its pilots said Tuesday.
The airline and unions are also asking that the latest stimulus package include a clean six-month extension of funding for the Payroll Support Program, which requires airlines to keep their employees on the payroll through Oct. 1.
Delta's frequent flier program has more than 100 million members and generated $6.1 billion in cash in 2019 from sales of miles to its SkyMiles credit card partner American Express, SkyTeam airlines and other partners. The partners offer Delta miles to their customers as incentives for purchases and other transactions.
Delta Air Lines said Tuesday it will avoid involuntary furloughs for most frontline employees except pilots.
Thousands of airline workers are bracing for layoffs at the end of the month unless Congress overcomes a monthlong stalemate.
Six major U.S. airlines have banned a total of 738 passengers for not wearing masks, according to a recent report.