As the World Health Organization has declared the spread of the COVID-19 virus a global pandemic, Delta continues to take meaningful actions in response to feedback from our customers and in concert with health authorities, like the WHO, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, state and local health departments and others.
Leaders from around the world gathered at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland this past week to discuss key global issues including the economy, security and sustainability.
SuperShuttle, the decades-old airport shuttle service that operates at airports around the world, will cease operations by the end of the year. Continue reading Ridehailing Competition Delivers Fatal Blow to Airport Transport Service SuperShuttle
Following the ceremonial opening of the first concourse to comprise Delta’s state-of-the-art terminal at LaGuardia Airport last month, all Delta Shuttle flights to Boston, Chicago, and Washington, D.C., have relocated to these new gates from Terminal C starting Nov. 16, 2019. Continue reading Delta Shuttle to Depart from Airline’s First New LGA Concourse
Hertz recently upgraded its internal and fleet management systems, helping it overcome the hurdles that are bogging down Avis. Continue reading Hertz Continues to Outshine Avis With Tech Investments for Operations
United will offer a first-class cabin in a 50-seat jet when it launches flights on its Bombardier CRJ-550 fleet starting Sunday October 27, 2019. Continue reading United reveals unprecedented regional jet
Passengers flying American Airlines this summer may want to thank a federal judge in Texas for saving their travel plans. Continue reading American Airlines Union Dispute More Disruptive Than 737 Max Grounding
One of the busiest airports in the United States is adding a $3 billion terminal, which is expected to push new national and international routes through the busy hub and attract more airlines to fly there. Continue reading DFW Expanding with New $3B Terminal