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Delta Prepares for Fall Travel, Expects Rapid Growth in Northeast

Economic effects of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic that crippled the airline industry throughout 2020 and into 2020 continue to loom large for the global travel industry, which remains a significant issue for airlines, specifically when several of the world's major carriers are pushing for a rapid recovery and a restoration of normalcy through an increase of flight capacities and routes. The fall holiday travel season — another time period during the year when travel demand typically is at a peak —…

How Airline Marketing And Advertising Has Changed

The ongoing Covid-19 complication remains a significant disturbance to the airline industry, forcing several notable airlines to alter and modify their operations to adapt and overcome the disruption. The airlines are poised to constantly monitor and respond to the fluctuations in passenger travel demand while adjusting flight schedules, frequencies and…

Delta Will Charge Unvaccinated Employees a $200 Monthly Surcharge

Delta Air Lines announced on Wednesday, August 25, that it will require unvaccinated employees to pay an additional $200 health care surcharge every month whilst remaining unvaccinated. The additional charge on employees’ health insurance premiums will go into effect on November 1st. The memo addressed to employees from CEO Ed…

Delta Expands Order For Airbus A321neo

This summer’s holiday travel season was drastically different from last year’s, which took place at a height of the Covid-19 pandemic. Passengers this summer have been eager to return to leisure travel, which has caused a substantial influx in travel demand. As a result, the major airlines have been faced…

Delta, Virgin Atlantic Extend Air Cargo Partnership

This summer holiday travel season was not like last year's, which was during the height of the Covid-19 ordeal. Several major airlines have resumed key flights in their route networks and inaugurated brand new routes to accommodate and handle the ongoing surge in passenger travel demand. However, throughout the duration…

U.S. Airlines Split On Future of Vaccine Requirements

When the coronavirus became a global pandemic in the winter of 2020, airlines globally were devastated by plummeting passenger counts. Carriers lost tens, if not hundreds, of millions of dollars daily, and many were counting the days until a vaccine was approved so that passengers could be inoculated and would…

Delta Announces Massive Hiring, New Customer Satisfaction Measures

In a letter directed to its employees, Delta CEO Ed Bastian has acknowledged that there are serious shortcomings in customer service as passenger demand is ramping quickly up, and in more than one occasion the current structure has failed to take care of customers needs. "After a year of lockdowns,…

Delta Air Lines Reports First Quarterly Profit Since 2019

Fleet renewals have been an essential step in many airlines' recovery strategies as they fly through the storm brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has resulted in numerous accelerated aircraft retirements and extended delays in production. Some airlines have used it to their advantage — and Delta Air Lines…

Delta Inaugurates Flights to Croatia

Summer has arrived, and people are eager to travel after being forced to remain at home for over a year. While borders in many parts of the world remain closed to tourists and leisure travelers, certain countries in Europe are now open, prompting not only a surge in passenger traffic…

Delta, Kenya Airways Ink U.S., Africa Codeshare Agreement

Delta Air Lines and Kenya Airways have inked a codeshare agreement that will enable both airlines to serve an extensive network while offering travel to a total of 39 cities across Africa, the U.S. and Canada. With the new enhanced agreement, Delta customers flying nonstop on the airline’s services from…