See how weather can affect down-line flights and why quick, safe recovery initiatives are key to keeping flights on schedule.
Summer brings severe weather challenges that Delta's Meteorology team tracks 24/7 for operational planning while keeping safety top of mind.
There’s no time like summer to get away. Before you pack your bags for the busiest travel season of the year, here are a few tips to make your journey a bit smoother.
No matter how you slice the data — number of customers carried, flights flown, destinations served, irregular operation days handled — records were made and broken this summer.
On July 20, the airline flew 6,087 Delta mainline and Delta Connection flights, more people in a single month than it ever has in its 89-year history.
Delta is scheduled to operate 6,091 flights today, the most of the year, as summer travel continues to be in high demand. And Delta’s more than 80,000 employees across the world are rising to the...
Group shot at LAX-Schiphol Inaugural
With the addition of nonstop flights from Los Angeles to Paris and Amsterdam, Delta has linked all its U.S. hubs to its two largest hubs in Europe.
Temperatures in the southwestern U.S. have hit record highs, but Delta teams are doing everything they can to keep employees safe.
Delta plane with rainbow
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