Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines to launch cargo flights on Belgium-U.S route

Delta Air Lines reportedly plans to launch cargo-only operations from the US to Belgium with two flights per week from January 2021.  ...


Two passengers leave Delta jet by deploying emergency slide

Delta Air Lines flight to New York was disrupted by two unruly passengers who left the jet by inflating an emergency slide during taxiing.  ...


Delta plans to introduce quarantine-free travel to Europe

In an attempt to revive transAtlantic travel, Delta Air Lines announced a preliminary plan to re-launch flights to Italy. Filled with testing, the airline plans to carry passengers to Rome....


Delta Air Lines might order Boeing 737 MAX jets, CEO hints

The CEO of Delta Air Lines hinted at the possible purchase of the ungrounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft....


Can you guess Top 10 largest airlines right now? | Quiz

Some airlines have fared better than others during the current travel downturn. But how well do you know which airline is the largest in the world right now? Take the quiz:...


Can you name the airline subsidiary? [Quiz]

Over the years, airlines have established subsidiaries to expand their market reach. Some decisions were eyebrow-raising, to say the least, while others made somewhat sense. But how well do you know airline subsidiaries?...


Airbus delivers first US-built A220 to Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines took delivery of a special Airbus A220, as the aircraft is the first Mobile, Alabama, United States-built A220 to roll out of the manufacturing site. ...


Delta to speed up retirement of 49 Boeing 767-300ERs

Delta Air Lines, one of the major airlines of the United States, plans to retire its remaining 49 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. The largest operator of the 767-300ERs in passenger configuration scheduled a gradual retirement of jets by December 2025....


How can start-up airlines avoid Joon or Song’s fate?

Throughout the history of aviation, new airline entrants were always present. Some changed the industry forever, but others fell flat on their face. How do you not repeat the mistakes of the latter group? ...


Why private jets will ensure death of First Class

There is no doubt that first class has been on a steady decline, as airlines are in the process of slowly phasing out the most expensive seat on board. But will private jets, and in turn business aviation, make sure that first class does not make a comeback?...