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Delta Air Lines started a two-week pilot test on May 13 that includes free Wi-Fi on around 55 domestic short-, medium- and long-haul flight segments a day. Industry experts expect Delta will continue down the full-time free Wi-Fi path, and that other airlines will have no choice but to follow. Once the technology became generally available and airlines began equipping planes with Wi-Fi service, passengers soon found they couldn't bear to fly without it. Inmarsat's latest Inflight Connectivity Survey found that more than half (55%) of all airline passengers considered inflight Wi-Fi to be a crucial amenity.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) closed the most recent trading day at $54.95, moving -0.79% from the previous trading session.
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Uber Shareholders May Be Shorting Lyft as a Hedge By John Jannarone Many Uber shareholders have been forbidden from selling shares until six months after the IPO. That restriction may have given them an extra reason to bet against rival rideshare operator Lyft. Once Lyft shares began their precipitous slide, it was clear to many […]
Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are poised to win the most new daytime slots at Tokyo's Haneda International Airport in time for the 2020 Summer Olympics, according to a U.S. Department of Transportation ...
Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are poised to win the most new daytime slots at Tokyo's Haneda International Airport in time for the 2020 Summer Olympics, according to a U.S. Department of Transportation statement on Thursday. Of 12 new slots agreed with Japan, the DOT has tentatively allocated five for Delta, four for United, two for American Airlines Group Inc and one for Hawaiian Airlines.
There is division within the administration over the approach to Iran, some of the people said. At the same time, the president is cognizant that he was elected in part on promises to withdraw the U.S. from Middle East wars -- not start new ones, they said. Privately, Trump has said he doesn’t want war with Iran, one person familiar with the matter said.
Southwest Airlines' (LUV) dividend hike and the new buyback plan are indicative of its shareholder-friendly stance. The company has returned in excess of $11 billion to its shareholders since 2010.
Flowers Foods (FLO) Q1 results gain on solid pricing, improvements at DKB, Nature's Own and Wonder brands and contributions from Canyon Bakehouse.
The size of the holding, an investment made by one of Buffett’s deputies, gives more clarity to the wager that Buffett disclosed days before his annual shareholder meeting earlier in May. Berkshire also spent the first three months of the year ramping up bets on JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Red Hat Inc., and paring investments in Southwest Airlines Co. and Wells Fargo & Co., according to a regulatory filing Wednesday. The Amazon holding underscores the growing influence of Buffett’s investing deputies, Todd Combs and Ted Weschler, who have been involved in Berkshire bets on airlines and Apple Inc. Buffett has praised the pair, and Berkshire Vice Chairman Charles Munger has credited the two with bringing “younger eyes” to Berkshire’s strategy.
U.S. imposition of tariffs against the European Union over aircraft subsidies would cause "serious harm" to Delta Air Lines since the U.S. carrier is already under contract to buy several billion ...
Senior officials from Boeing Co and a U.S. aerospace trade group on Wednesday urged the U.S. government to narrowly tailor any tariffs imposed on the European Union over illegal aircraft subsidies to avoid harming American manufacturers. Delta Air Lines Inc warned that such tariffs would cause "serious harm" to the airline, its customers and workers since the U.S. carrier is contractually obligated to buy Airbus aircraft worth billions of dollars. Delta associate general counsel Scott McClain told the hearing that U.S. tariffs should not be imposed on aircraft that Delta has already ordered from Airbus.