|会社名||Delta Air Lines Inc (DE) （DAL デルタ航空）|
|概要||事業概要 デルタ・エア・ラインズ（Delta Air Lines Inc.）は米国全土及び世界中にわたって、旅客及び貨物の定期航空輸送事業に従事する会社である。同社は航空と精製という２つの事業区分により構成される。同社のルート・ネットワークはアムステルダム、アトランタ、ボストン、デトロイト、ロンドン・ヒースロー、ロサンゼルス、ミネアポリス・セントポール、ラガーディア、ジョンFケネディ国際空港、シャルルドゴール、ソルトレイクシティ、シアトル、東京の成田空港において運営される空港、国際線ゲートウェイとハブ・システムを中心とする。同事業はハブまたはゲートウェイを囲む地域にある市場から国内・国際都市及び他のハブまたはゲートウェイにトラフィックを収集・流通するフライトを含む。ルート・ネットワークは国際合弁事業、他の海外航空会社との提携、スカイチームのメンバーシップ、デルタ・コネクションとして運営される複数の国内地域航空会社との契約を含む。 デルタ航空は米国大手航空会社。アトランタを拠点とし、自社便および提携便を含め世界中へのネットワ―クで定期旅客便の運航と貨物輸送サ―ビスを展開する。米国から中南米やカリブ海諸国へのアクセスも良好。同社はスカイチ―ムの創立メンバ―で、スカイチ―ム・アライアンスおよびコ―ドシェア便を含み、世界の約100カ国、約500都市に運航する。 Delta Air Lines is the U.S. global airline leader in safety, innovation, reliability and customer experience. Powered by its employees around the world, Delta has for a decade led the airline industry in operational excellence while maintaining its reputation for award-winning customer service.|
|本社所在地||Post Office Box 20706 Atlanta GA 30320-6001 USA|
|代表者氏名||Glen W. Hauenstein|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Delta Air Lines Inc. revenues increased 8% to $44.44B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 9% to $3.94B. Revenues reflect Refinery segment increase of 8% to $5.46B Domestic segment increase of 8% to $31.23B Atlantic segment increase of 12% to $7.04B. Dividend per share increased from $1.02 to $1.31.|
Amazon, Delta, British Airways, UPS among sites affected by major web outage 2021/07/22 18:35:36 United Press International
A computer network outage Thursday temporarily took down a number of websites belonging to a variety of companies -- including Delta Air Lines and Amazon.
Delta, Capital One, UPS, AT&T Among Victims Of Widespread Internet Outage 2021/07/22 18:20:49 PYMNTS
Delta Air Lines, British Airways, Capital One, Go Daddy, Vanguard, UPS, LastPass, AT&T and Costco were among the websites loading slowly or showing DNS failure in what CNBC called a widespread outage across the World Wide Web Thursday (July 22). Content distribution network Akamai, which helps data move around the internet, said it had fixed 
Global outage affecting websites of airlines, banks, tech firms now fixed 2021/07/22 17:24:52 Global News Canada
Websites of Delta Air Lines, Costco Wholesale Corp , American Express and Home Depot were down, displaying domain name system (DNS) service errors.
Flying has been an absolute mess this summer and it may get worse before it gets better 2021/07/22 17:09:15 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Flying is back, and with a vengeance. US airlines have practically been begging the public to get back in the skies during the pandemic. They''re finally getting their wish this summer thanks to the vaccine rollout and near-flattening of the domestic COVID-19 curve. But many travelers looking to get away from it all are finding the travel experience to be anything but easy. The summer of vaccinated travel was kicked off by hundreds of flight delays and cancellations that are still continuing. American Airlines in June saw nearly 400 flights canceled thanks to staffing shortages that set the tone for summer, forcing the airline to scale back on its summer flying schedule . Southwest similarly canceled hundreds of flights in June, which it blamed on bad weather. Now, the airline is saying operational issues also impacted its performance. "While the rapid ramp up in June travel demand provided stability to our financial position, it has impacted our operations following a prolonged period of depressed demand due to the pandemic," Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines'' chief executive officer, said in a second-quarter earnings statemen t. "Therefore, we are intensely focused on improving our operations as we restore our network to meet demand." Airline woes can largely be attributed to decisions made in the worst days of the pandemic when they found themselves with too many people and planes in light of severely reduced demand.
Dozens of websites go down in a widespread internet outage. 2021/07/22 16:48:17 New York Times
The outage affected a range of companies, including American Express Amazon and Delta Air Lines.
Delta Will Not Take Its First Airbus A321neo Until 2022 - Simple Flying 2021/02/13 01:30:52 Simple Flying
Delta Air Lines has confirmed that its first Airbus A321neo is delayed until 2022. The hotly awaited narrowbody,…
Delta CEO Rips COVID-19 Testing Idea For All Domestic Passengers 2021/02/10 00:11:27 PYMNTS
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said Tuesday (Feb. 9) that making all domestic air passengers pass COVID-19 tests before flying would be “a horrible idea,” CNN reported. The President Joe Biden administration has floated the idea of instituting such a requirement. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg told CNN in an interview also broadcast Tuesday: “The […]
'A horrible idea': Delta CEO blasts mandatory COVID testing for US flights as government pursues option 2021/02/09 19:35:19 Azcentral
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said mandatory testing is unnecessary and would set the travel industry recovery back by at least a year.
Delta CEO against mandating COVID-19 testing for domestic travel after Buttigieg says CDC is floating idea 2021/02/09 17:44:36 Fox News
The CEO of Delta Air Lines has criticized a possible coronavirus testing requirement for domestic travel, as Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg mentioned an "active conversation" with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Sunday, to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Call for domestic flight COVID-19 tests is a ‘horrible idea,’ Delta CEO says 2021/02/09 17:29:51 New York Post
The CEO of Delta Air Lines blasted the Biden administration on Tuesday for considering a proposal to require a negative coronavirus test for all domestic travelers, calling it a “horrible idea” that would fail to keep passengers safe and hamstring an already struggling industry. ”It will not keep domestic flyers safer,” CEO Ed Bastian said on…
US Requires All UK Travelers To Test Negative For COVID, CDC Rules 2020/12/25 14:00:00 Zero Hedge
US Requires All UK Travelers To Test Negative For COVID, CDC Rules In a late Christmas Eve surprise, the US government published a statement requiring airline passengers from Britain to test negative for COVID-19 three days before departure. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published the statement last night, indicating that the new rule requires all UK travelers to test negative on a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or antigen tests three days before departure for the US. All passengers must have " written documentation" of their test results. "If a passenger chooses not to take a test, the airline must deny boarding to the passenger," the CDC said in the statement. The announcement comes just days after a mutated coronavirus strain was discovered in the UK. Despite the world condemning President Trump for calling COVID-19 the "Chinese virus," anti-British sentiment has been developing by foreign media outlets, referring to the UK as " plague island ." But remember, if you speak about the "China virus," you are a racist…
United, Delta passengers from Britain must show negative COVID-19 tests 2020/12/24 17:24:22 Yahoo Finance
CHICAGO (Reuters) -United Airlines and Delta Air Lines are requiring all passengers on flights from the United Kingdom to the United States to present a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure. The decision follows the emergence of a highly infectious new coronavirus variant in Britain that has prompted many countries to shut their borders to travelers from there. Delta's policy, expanded from its decision on Monday to require the screenings on UK flights to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, is effective Dec. 24, while United's requirement begins Dec. 28.
Dalata Hotel Group EBITDA expected to be higher than predicted 2020/12/17 11:06:00 Property Week
Dalata Hotel Group expects its EBITDA to be marginally ahead of market expectations on 31 December despite the challenging environment.
Amtrak modifies its service, while Delta Air Lines issues a weather waiver. 2020/12/16 14:36:12 New York Times
Transportation companies were modifying their operations and officials were warning motorists to take extra care on the roads.
San Jose Christian School, Delta Air Lines and KABOOM! Work to End Playspace Inequity With New Playground in Campbell, CA 2020/12/16 09:06:00 PR Newswire
CAMPBELL, Calif., Dec. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Kids at San Jose Christian School (SJCS) in Campbell are celebrating today because they have a great new place to play. For months, representatives from San Jose Christian School, Delta and KABOOM! (the nonprofit organization focused on…
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