A consumer class action lawsuit filed Tuesday claims Delta Air Lines inaccurately billed itself as the world's "first carbon-neutral airline" and should pay damages. The complaint in federal court in California alleges the airline relied on carbon offsets that were largely bogus.
Delta Air Lines says most of its workers will get a 5% pay raise in April. The airline said Tuesday it will also increase the amount of money available for merit raises.
Delta Air Lines says it will start providing free Wi-Fi for all passengers on most of its U.S. flights starting next month.
Delta Air Lines has settled a case involving a pilot who says she was grounded in retaliation for raising safety concerns at the airline. A federal arbiter on Friday approved the settlement between Delta and pilot Karlene Petitt.
The summer is off to a profitable start for Delta Air Lines. The airline said Wednesday that it earned $735 million in the second quarter, as planes were packed with vacation travelers. Still, the earnings per share fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Delta Air Lines has agreed to pay $10.5 million to settle charges it falsified information about deliveries of international mail, including mail sent to U.S. soldiers overseas.
Delta pilots are looking for higher pay and better insurance as contract negotiations continue with the company.
Delta Air Lines lost $940 million in the first quarter yet bookings surged in recent weeks, setting up a breakout summer as Americans try to put the pandemic behind them. And while revenue for the quarter was surprisingly strong, the Atlanta airline faces stiff headwinds, including a sharp rise in fuel and labor costs.
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