Delta says it is harnessing technology via a commitment with IBM to identify unconscious bias in its advertising, the latest step its efforts to reflect diversity and pursue equity in advertising and marketing campaigns.
Delta Difference in conjunction with the Best Defense Foundation brought veterans of the “Greatest Generation” who stormed the beaches of German-occupied France back to those fateful sands. Altogether, 29 D-Day heroes – now all in their 90s and 100s – joined this year’s D-Day commemorations.
Delta employees, retirees and members of the public can leave a lasting legacy by becoming a permanent part of the Delta Flight Museum experience through the purchase of a personalized brick in the museum’s courtyard.
Delta is celebrating its latest investment in New York as it prepares to open its new Terminal C at LaGuardia Airport to customers, a significant milestone in the $4 billion programme to transform and modernize one of the airline’s key hubs.
Due to air traffic service disruptions impacting air travel in Jamaica, Delta has issued a travel waiver for those whose travel may be impacted between May 12-13. This waiver allows the fare difference for customers to be waived when rebooked travel occurs on or before 16 May 2022 the same cabin of service as originally booked.
This year, Delta people raised $1.75 million to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Since 2005, Delta employees, customers and their friends and families have raised over $20 million for BCRF. The collective contributions have funded the vital work of 87 different research projects over the years in the pursuit of eradicating breast cancer.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX has signed its first deal with an air carrier to provide in-flight wifi services. The agreement with JSX comes amid the race between satellite providers to install high-speed internet on commercial flights.
Fortune recently featured Delta’s Chief Health Officer, Dr. Henry Ting, and how his leadership on taking care of employees’ and customers’ health and well-being has evolved as COVID-19 transitions from a pandemic to a seasonal illness.
Delta Air Lines has reported an adjusted pre-tax loss of $3.4 billion for financial 2021. However, the figure excludes a net benefit of $3.8 billion from items primarily related to the Payroll Support Programs.
Delta will make investments in Virgin Atlantic, Aeromexico and LATAM as its partner airlines seek to survive the Covid-19 pandemic. The carrier hopes to be well positioned when growth returns to the sector.