This week’s featured link:
Delta Buckles Up For Turbulence – Fortune
Here’s a long one for you. It’s sort of a broad look at Delta under Ed Bastian today, but it jumps around from Ed’s early life to the airline’s lagging market cap and everything in between.
Two for the road:
Southwest Airlines suddenly grounds 34 planes in its fleet – Chicago Business Journal
Is it just me, or does this seem to happen more than it should at Southwest?
British Airways retires its last Boeing 767 widebody jet – USA Today
Another one bites the dust. British Airways has retired its last 767 from service. And while we’re at it, Allegiant retired its last MD-80 this week. (I think we can all breathe a sigh of relief on that one for a few reasons.)