3 Links I Love: Delta’s Focus Cities, Delta Fixes American’s Failures, Reviving the Theme Building

3 Links I Love: Delta’s Focus Cities, Delta Fixes American’s Failures, Reviving the Theme Building

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ANALYSIS: What makes a focus city for Delta?FlightGlobal
Here’s an interesting look at how Delta views its network. Focus cities are great and all, but I’ll be curious to see how many of them survive the next downturn.

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Delta’s New Boarding Process Makes It Seem Like The Airline Has Nothing Better To Do

Delta’s New Boarding Process Makes It Seem Like The Airline Has Nothing Better To Do

Sometimes it just feels like Delta has run out of important things to spend time working on. Last week’s announcement of a change in the way boarding will be done starting January 23 seems like something that really didn’t need to happen. To hear Delta talk about it, you’d think … Read the post

Delta Continues to School Other Airlines on How to Take Your Money (and Miles)

Delta Continues to School Other Airlines on How to Take Your Money (and Miles)

In American’s most recent earnings call, CEO Doug Parker lamented his airline’s ability to do what Delta does. More specifically he said:

…[Delta is] doing a better job than we can today of making sure this sell-up activity is available to the customers. They

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3 Links I Love: A Long Look at Delta, Southwest Groundings, BA 767 Retires

3 Links I Love: A Long Look at Delta, Southwest Groundings, BA 767 Retires

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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.

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