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?
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.
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.”
Qatar Airways CEO calls U.S. flight attendants ‘grandmothers,’ riling unions and prompting Delta response
A remark by Qatar Airways’ CEO referring to U.S. airline flight attendants as
“grandmothers” has sparked an outcry by airline unions.
Qatar Airways flies nonstop from Doha to Atlanta. Its CEO Akbar Al Baker is known for known for his aggressive approach to competition and occasionally biting remarks.
At a gala at an InterContinental hotel in Dublin, Ireland last week to celebrate Qatar Airways’ launch of its Dublin-Doha route, Al Baker told the audience that …
A new survey on travel etiquette found that some travelers would go out of their way to be accommodating to others — but not everyone feels the same.
The results from the survey by travel agency company Travel Leaders Group showed that if asked to switch seats on an airplane so a family or couple can sit together, 45.3 percent of travelers said they would move “regardless of what …