Atlanta-based Delta said its SkyMiles frequent flier members who are enrolled in CLEAR can use their fingerprints as proof of identity to board a plane at Reagan National.
Delta Air Lines aims to launch Atlanta-Shanghai flights a year from now, in July 2018, with 291-seat Boeing 777-200LRs.
When should companies choose to engage with a critic – especially one with the influence of Ann Coulter – and what happens if they don’t?
The wi-fi at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport may be free, but it’s not very fast, according to an analysis of wi-fi at airports across North America.
The analysis conducted by Ookla’s Speedtest service, which tests Internet performance, found that Hartsfield-Jackson ranked near the bottom of a list of 30 airports across the continent.
According to Ookla, “the speeds in Toronto, Atlanta and Montréal were slower than any Wi-Fi we saw in Africa, …
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter unleashed a tweetstorm on Delta Air Lines on Saturday night, complaining about being moved out of a particular seat with extra legroom that she pre-booked.
In one tweet Coulter refers to Delta as “the worst airline in America.”
Coulter had booked a preferred seat in the exit row with extra legroom and was moved to a different seat in the same exit row, according to Delta. The airline said …
In a new video responding to Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker calling U.S. airline flight attendants “grandmothers,” Deltalina responds: “No, no no — that is not allowed.”
The city of Atlanta is suing Paulding County and the Paulding airport authority, alleging that Paulding officials broke a promise that their airport would not go commercial and compete against Hartsfield-Jackson International.
Delta took delivery of its first Airbus A350-900, which will begin flying in late October.
Hartsfield-Jackson manager on Delta: ‘Nobody makes you madder than the ones you care about the most’
Hartsfield-Jackson’s manager says about Delta: “There are times that we can get pretty pugilistic with each other. But you know, that’s the nature of a relationship.”
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker is apologizing for referring to U.S. airline flight attendants as “grandmothers.”
At a gala in Dublin, Ireland last week to celebrate Qatar Airways’ launch of its Dublin-Doha route, Al Baker told the audience that “the average age of my cabin crew is only 26 years.”