ATLANTA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines Inc kicked off a sale on Memorial Day weekend that offered flyers one-way fares from New York's LaGuardia Airport to Philadelphia for as low as $69. The sale, which ended on Wednesday, was aimed at drawing attention to a host of new flights that forms the centerpiece of Delta's effort to gain long-term supremacy in New York, the busiest U.S. air travel market. Delta is spending at least $1.4 billion to add scores of flights and refurbish terminals at LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International airports. ...
Delta Air Lines Inc kicked off a sale on Memorial Day weekend that offered flyers one-way fares from New York's LaGuardia Airport to Philadelphia for as low as $69. The sale, which ended on Wednesday, ...
Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL) flight 1086 crash is currently under review. Investigators believe that a faulty brake system on the MD-88 aircraft may have been the reason behind the crash at LaGuardia Airport.
NEW YORK — Some lucky fliers capitalized on a computer glitch Thursday and scored some really cheap flights on Delta Air Lines.
From about 10 a.m. to noon ET, certain Delta fares on the airline’s own website and other airfare booking sites were showing up incorrectly, offering some savvy bargain hunters incredible deals. A roundtrip flight between Cincinnati and Minneapolis for February was being sold for just $25.05 and a roundtrip between Cincinnati and Salt Lake City for $48.41. The correct price for both of those fares is more than $400.
Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) Deutsche Bank Global Industrials and Basic Materials Conference Transcript June 4, 2014 2:40 PM ET
Paul Jacobson - Executive Vice President and CFO Gary Chase - Senior Vice President, Financial Planning and Analysis and IR Jill Greer - Managing Director-Investor Relations Doug Ralph - MEC Government Affairs Committee
Mike Linenberg - Deutsche Bank