Delta is partnering with Airbus to make aviation maintenance more efficient and more economical for Delta Air Lines and operators worldwide through Delta TechOps.
Delta now expects to take delivery of 45 A220-100s and 50 A220-300s during the next four years, with the first -300 variant expected in 2020.
As Mother's Day approaches, dozens of Delta moms will be celebrating with their adult children who also are Delta employees — like Georgia Pye, a Logistics Attendant in TechOps who's worked at Delta...
The collaboration seeks to share best practices around fleet modernization, reliability processes and more.
B-roll: Delta jet engine test cell Imagery: Delta Test Cell facility News: Delta completes construction on world’s largest engine test cell New state-of-the-art engine shop enables future of repairs...
The test cell will provide capabilities to test a new assortment of engines that will advance Delta into the future.
Through expanded capabilities and new facilities, Delta expects to grow the top line of the MRO business by $1 billion a year in the next five years.
Delta TechOps employees go above and beyond each and every day to keep the airline’s more than 850 mainline aircraft flying safely worldwide and provide a seamless travel experience for customers.
Delta TechOps is a key driver of Delta’s industry-leading operational performance, focused on keeping the airline’s complex aircraft fleet flying safely and reliably while getting customers to their...
As the sun rises each morning, two aircraft maintenance technicians recruit some of Delta's smallest flyers to "wake up the airplanes" and ensure the aircraft are ready for flight.