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Delta Air Lines reports record revenue and strong earnings growth in March quarter 2024

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) reported financial results for the March quarter and provided its outlook for the June quarter, highlighting record revenue and strong earnings growth despite challenges faced by the airline industry. “Thanks to the extraordinary work of our 100,000 people, Delta is delivering the best operational reliability in our history, and we

China, US open doors to respective carriers

The US Department of Transport (DOT) has backed off on a proposed ban against Chinese carriers travelling to the US, approving up to four flights per week from mainland China. While the Trump administration first banned entry into the US by Chinese nationals in early February, it only recently threatened to halt incoming flights by

Delta expects 90% Q2 revenue fall

Delta Air Lines has warned that it expects its second-quarter revenue to be down 90 per cent on figures from the same time last year for the second quarter. The airline’s regulatory filing also confirmed that capacity is down by 85 per cent year-on-year. Unlike previous years, where estimations could be reasonably accurate a second

Colorado ‘ghost flights’ trigger US’ shortest major carrier route

Back in March, World of Aviation reported that both the EU and (later) the US had relaxed slot rules to curb the growing trend of so-called "ghost flights."

Friday airline updates: American Airlines to resume flights to Spain

American Airlines has announced that the company will resume flights between the US and Spain over the coming week, after new COVID-19 cases in the European country have fallen dramatically. The move will make AA the first major US airline to reboot US-Spain connections since travel restrictions were first levelled in March. Flight AA36 departed

Sir Richard Branson to retain 51 per cent stake in Virgin Atlantic

Sir Richard Branson has backed out of a deal to sell a 31 per cent stake in Virgin Atlantic to Air France-KLM that was struck in 2017.


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