Delta, Southwest Flights Delayed Over Technical OutageThe Federal Aviation Administration said Monday that several airlines were dealing with computer issues.
MSP To Mexico City: Delta To Begin Nonstop Service In JuneDelta Air Lines is expected to operate direct flight service from the Twin Cities to Mexico City, in an effort to make flying between the two international airports more streamlined.
Delta To Remove All Single-Use Plastic Items From FlightsDelta Air Lines says it’s going beyond straws and removing all single-use plastic items on flights and in Sky Clubs.
Woman Sues Delta, Alleging Airline Allowed Groper To Leave Plane Scot-FreeDelta Air Lines says it will "vigorously oppose" a federal lawsuit filed by a passenger who alleges she was sexually assaulted during her flight.
Report: Delta Will Soon Offer Free Wi-Fi For All PassengersDelta Air Lines’ CEO Ed Bastian has announced that flights will soon offer free Wi-Fi to all passengers.
Delta Air Lines Bans Pit Bulls As Service Or Support AnimalsDelta Air Lines is tightening its rules on emotional support and service animals, citing "growing safety concerns" that include a recent incident in which two workers were bitten.
Delta Subjected To Swift Retribution In Georgia After Crossing NRAAs companies across America take a stand on guns after the Florida school massacre, Delta Air Lines withstood swift political retribution in its home state of Georgia for cutting ties with the National Rifle Association.
Mpls. Mayor Suggests Delta Move HQ To MSP After NRA ControversyThere has been plenty of drama following Delta Air Lines’ decision to end its discount program for NRA members – and Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey is trying to take advantage of the situation.
Delta Paying Out $1 Billion In Profit Sharing For 4th Straight YearDelta Air Lines is paying out more than $1 billion in profit sharing to its employees for the fourth straight year.
Delta Sunsets 747 Line, Last One Lands At MSPYou can say goodbye to Delta Airlines’ last 747 Wednesday.
After Atlanta Airport Blackout, Things Are Getting Back To NormalDelta Air Lines and other carriers that operate out of Atlanta's busy airport said they expected to be running normally Tuesday after a fire and blackout there forced the cancellation of over 1,500 flights days before the start of the Christmas rush.