Delta Air Lines News
Delta Workers Mix Up New Mexico With Mexico in Emails
Two employees of Delta Air Lines apparently confused the state of New Mexico for the country of Mexico in an email exchange with a customer from Santa Fe. The customer, 73-year-old Jack Sullivan, told ABC News today that the apparent mix-up happened after he made reservations with Delta for a
In June, Airlines Improved on-Time Performance From 2015
Airlines were running on time more often in June than they did last summer and travelers seemed to be finding less to complain about
Hawaiian, Alaska Top on-Time Ratings, American Lands Last
Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Airlines rank best at on-time arrivals in June, American finishes last
AP PHOTOS: Editor Selections From the Past Week in Asia
Images from Asia: Passengers spend the night at Japan's Narita airport amid Delta shutdown; shops, businesses and schools continue to be shut in Indian-controlled Kashmir
Delta Air Lines Anticipating a Return to 'Normal' Operations Today After Global Outage
Delta Air Lines said it’s expecting to return to “normal” operations today, two days after a computer outage grounded its planes and left passengers stranded around the globe. “Delta officials anticipate returning to a normal operation by mid-to-late afternoon Wednesday following an outage Monday
Delta Flight Delays Continue After Computer Outage
ABC News' David Kerley reports the latest on the system-wide computer outage that has led to canceled flights and stranded passengers since Monday.
Day 2 of Delta Air Lines Computer Meltdown Delays
At least 600 flights cancelled with tens of thousands of passengers stranded.
Delta Flights Grounded by Computer Meltdown
All over the world Delta flights were stuck at the gate, leaving passengers sleeping on the floors and frustrated because of delays.
Delta Air Lines Resumes Activity After Global Computer Outage Forced Grounding
Delta Air Lines said this morning that limited flights have resumed several hours after a computer outage grounded its planes, leaving passengers stranded around the world. The airline also noted that despite the resumption of activity, delays and cancellations would be an ongoing problem today.