On a June morning in 1929, a lanky former stunt pilot named Johnny Howe guided a single-engine Delta Air Service plane skyward from a Dallas airfield, heading east. Five hours and 427 miles later –...
​In honor of Black History Month, watch the story of one of Delta's first black pilots and the aviator he inspired.
The Delta Flight Museum will hold its fifth annual Hops in the Hangar craft beer fundraising event from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Employees gathered to mark a milestone 10 years in the making: the final approval of the merger between Delta and Northwest on Oct. 29, 2008.
Airline enthusiasts and aviation history buffs won't want to miss the 32nd Annual Atlanta Airline Collectibles show at the Delta Flight Museum.
The announcement 10 years ago Sunday began a massive integration that brought Delta and Northwest together, creating a global powerhouse.
The airline has grown from three flights a day in 2008 to nine daily flights to seven cities.
This funding will enable the complete redesign of the "America by Air" gallery, which will be completed and reopened for the public's enjoyment and education in 2021.
The temporary exhibition spotlights pioneering pilots with inspiring stories.
President Franklin Roosevelt chose Orville Wright’s birthday, Aug. 19, for the annual commemoration of U.S. aviation heritage.