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Delta employees get a sneak peek at new uniform prototypes designed with their feedback

Delta employees are getting their first glimpse of an all-new, modern uniform collection, created in partnership with GPS Apparel by Gap Inc. The prototypes, which have been in development for over a year and a half, were designed with feedback from Delta’s 70,000 uniformed employees at the forefront of the process. The airline partnered with

‘Bird strike’ crushes nose cone and diverts A319 in US

A Delta Airbus A319 flying route DL1076 from West Palm Beach to New York LaGuardia was forced to divert to JFK, following a possible bird strike incident late Monday afternoon.

Delta to resume flights between US and China this week

The announcement marks the first scheduled commercial flights to resume between the US and mainland China since the temporary suspension made in February

Beijing scraps 70% of flights amid second wave fears

Beijing Capital and Daxing airports cancelled 1,200 flights on Wednesday, as the government sealed off the city amid a spike in COVID-19 infections.

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

Watch final flight and features as Delta retires its McDonnell Douglas

Watch documentaries and videos as Delta marks the final flight of its 'Mad Dog' McDonnell Douglas fleet.


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