Delta Air Lines today reported operating performance for May 2018. The company carried 16.8 million passengers across its broad global network, a record for the month of May.
Monthly highlights include:
- Launching new uniforms for 64,000 Delta employees worldwide, created by acclaimed designer Zac Posen and built with Lands' End quality. The designs embrace innovative fit, form and function, and carry Delta into the future in style.
- Announcing the return of nonstop flights between the U.S. and Mumbai, India, next year following agreements secured by the Trump administration with the governments of the United Arab Emirates and Qatar to address the issue of government subsidies provided to state-owned carriers in those nations.
- Continuing Delta’s global expansion with the launch of new services between New York-JFK and Ponta Delgada, Azores; Indianapolis and Paris-CDG; and Atlanta and Lisbon.
- Gaining final approval from the Los Angeles World Airports Board of Airport Commissioners to begin constructing the Sky Way at LAX, Delta's $1.9 billion plan to modernize Terminals 2 and 3, and connect them to the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
The company’s operating performance is detailed in the table below.