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Old May 27th, 2010, 05:43 PM   #641
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Not sure, however it coincided with the economic downturn so its not that shocking. They also stopped new Moscow flights just around that time I think as well.

I hope that they or someone will reintroduce those routes though as Chicago needs more South American routes and there is a sizable Russian population in the Chicago area.
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Delta begins nonstops from Seattle to Beijing, starts service to Osaka next week
5 June 2010

SEATTLE (AP) - Delta Air Lines Inc. said it would begin flights Friday from Seattle to Beijing, and launch service from Seattle to Osaka, Japan, on Monday.

Delta said the routes showed it's developing Seattle as its main West Coast gateway to Asia.

Delta and joint venture partner Air France-KLM also offer daily nonstop flights from Seattle to Tokyo, Amsterdam and Paris.

The Beijing-bound flights leave Seattle at night on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The return legs leave Beijing in the mornings on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

The flights between Seattle and Osaka will run once a day in each direction, Delta said.

Delta said it will use 216-seat Boeing 767 aircraft on both routes.

Shares of Delta fell 64 cents, or 4.5 percent, to $13.64 in afternoon trading on Friday amid a broader market slump.
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Old June 7th, 2010, 04:56 PM   #644
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SEA-KIX actually is an old NW route that's being restarted. Someone should check their facts.
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ATL is already a hub for one of the largest low cost carriers: AirTran! They have over 200 daily flights from ATL and they would love to get more gates so that they can expand their ATL hub. Unfortunately, AirTran is basically a domestic only airline. They do fly to the Bahamas and have applied for permission to fly to Cancun, but I really don't see them replacing Delta's international flight schedule. It would be difficult to fly a B717 or B737 to Moscow, Tokyo, or Buenos Aires nonstop from ATL.

Regarding other major legacy airlines, I highly doubt that any of these airlines will rush in to set up a major hub in ATL, because they are all basically dealing with overcapacity in the domestic US market.


That'd be dangerous, and albeit, downright irresponsible on the part of Airtran. I like the airline though, Maybe, Southwest would capitalize the airport, and don't forget Continental/United Airlines, not too sure of their economic situation, however they do have a vary large market in the Caribbean.
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Old June 11th, 2010, 04:48 PM   #646
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Delta to add first-class seats to longer flights

ATLANTA, June 10 (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines Inc on Thursday said it would add first class seating to domestic flights longer than 750 miles or about two and a half hours long this fall.

Once upgrades are completed, 50 routes that feature Delta Connection flights with just one service class will have both first and economy class, the company said.

By fall, Delta's fleet will include 219 regional aircraft with two-class service, the company said. Service on the new two-class flights may be operated by regional carriers SkyWest , Pinnacle Airlines , Chautauqua and others, it added.

Meals and linen service are offered on all regional flights that feature a first class cabin, Delta said. It also said airplanes that have first class include Embraer and Bombardier models.

The moves are part of Delta's plan to spend $1 billion in coming years on upgrades that include equipping some planes with flat-bed seats that offer extra legroom and adding amenities such as more overhead bin space.

Atlanta-based Delta, the world's biggest airline, is also looking to attract more business travelers and bolster its presence in high-growth cities such as New York.

For example, in May, the company said it would add more flights between New York and business centers such as London, Moscow and Milan.

Separately on Thursday, Delta said that Vietnam Airlines is joining its SkyTeam global airline alliance, which includes Air France-KLM and China Southern Airlines.
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Old June 15th, 2010, 06:21 PM   #647
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Delta Air Lines sees double-digit unit revenue improvement throughout the summer
15 June 2010

NEW YORK (AP) - Delta Air Lines Inc. says its unit revenue will improve by double digits throughout the summer compared with a year earlier, although the rest of the year might fall short of that.

That's because the economy was starting to improve in the fall of 2009, making the comparisons less dramatic, President Ed Bastian said Tuesday at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Transportation Conference.

The world's largest airline sees "considerable strength internationally" in the second-quarter, especially in Asia.

Delta expects passenger revenue per available seat mile to rise about 20 percent in June compared with a year earlier. Passenger revenue per available seat mile is an important industry metric that measures how much money the airline makes per mile for every paying passenger.
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Old July 19th, 2010, 05:30 PM   #648
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Delta posts $467M profit in 2nd quarter
19 July 2010

ATLANTA (AP) - Delta Air Lines Inc. reported its largest quarterly profit in a decade Monday thanks to strong passenger revenue.

The world's largest airline said Monday its second-quarter net income was $467 million, or 55 cents per share. That reversed a year-ago loss of $257 million, or 31 cents a share, when the airline industry was still reeling from the recession.

Delta's revenue rose 17 percent to $8.17 billion from $7 billion a year earlier.

Excluding one-time items, Delta's earnings came to 65 cents a share. On that basis, analysts were expecting earnings of 63 cents a share on revenue of $8.25 billion.

The strong results came even as Delta's expense for aircraft fuel and related taxes rose 8 percent in the quarter to $1.96 billion.

Delta had $6 billion in unrestricted liquidity, including $4.4 billion in cash, as of June 30. Its third-quarter capacity will be flat to up 2 percent.

Delta launched the earnings reporting season for major airlines. The parent of United Airlines will report its results on Tuesday, followed by US Airways Group Inc. and the parents of American Airlines and AirTran Airways on Wednesday and Continental Airlines Inc., Alaska Air Group Inc. and JetBlue Airways Corp. on Thursday. Southwest Airlines Co. reports its second-quarter results on July 29.

Delta said its momentum should continue. The airline expects to report double-digit year-over-year unit revenue gains for the September quarter.

In the latest quarter, passenger unit revenue increased 19.4 percent, driven by higher yields and occupancy. Cargo revenue increased 22 percent. Passenger unit revenue is calculated by dividing passenger revenue by available seat miles, which are the available seats an airline offers times the miles flown. Passenger yield is the measure of the average fare paid per mile, per passenger, which is calculated by dividing passenger revenue by revenue passenger miles.

Delta said its latest results included $90 million in profit sharing expense.

Chief Executive Richard Anderson said in a statement that the results are "proof that our plan has positioned us well as the economy begins its recovery."

The last time Delta reported a quarterly profit close to what it reported in the latest quarter was in the second quarter of 2000, when it posted net income of $376 million.

For the first half of the year, Delta earned $211 million, or 25 cents a share, compared to a loss of $1.05 billion, or $1.27 a share, a year earlier. Six-month revenue rose to $15.02 billion from $13.68 billion.

The airline industry has been benefiting of late from increased demand for seats, especially among business travelers. The fees they have been charging for checked bags and other services also have been helping their bottom line.

The total number of international passengers rose 6 percent in the first five months of the year, according to the International Air Transport Association. Traffic at the front of the plane -- the most expensive seats in business and first class -- improved at an even faster clip.

But premium traffic fell further and faster in the recession than demand for economy class. The IATA said recently that premium traffic is still 10 percent below a pre-recession peak, while traffic in coach has jumped 5 percent above its best point before the recession.

The financial health of Delta and other big airlines is an important indicator of consumer spending, but it can also provide a window into the future of fees and fares. If Delta shows it is gaining passengers, price hikes likely aren't far behind. Analysts say that while airlines have raised ticket prices since the recession ended, they still have room to grow.
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Old July 25th, 2010, 05:14 PM   #649
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Northwest Airlines Violated More Than 1,000 FAA Rules - CNN
23 July 2010
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Northwest Airlines Corp. (NWA), which has since merged with Delta Air Lines, has violated more than 1,000 Federal Aviation Administration safety directives, CNN reported on its web site Friday, citing the U.S. Office of Special Counsel.

The airline was 'systemic non-compliance with FAA Airworthiness Directives,' the investigation concluded, according to the report.

A whistleblower alleged in 2008 that the airline didn't have adequate procedures in place.
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Delta Air Lines to pay $38 million fine for Northwest cargo price-fixing
31 July 2010

Delta Air Lines will pay a $38 million fine to settle criminal accusations that the cargo unit of Northwest Airlines conspired to fixed prices, the Justice Department said on Friday.

Northwest met with other airlines at least from 2004 to 2006 to fix cargo prices between the U.S. and Japan, according to the charge filed on Friday in U.S. District Court in Washington. Meetings were also held to make sure the haulers were complying with the agreed-upon rates, according to the charge.

At the time, Northwest ran a stand-alone cargo unit with Boeing 747s that flew to Asia. It was the only U.S. carrier with a dedicated freighter fleet, but it was shut down last year. Airlines often carry cargo in their bellies along with luggage.

Northwest Airlines LLC, a unit of Delta Air Lines Inc., pleaded guilty to the charge, the Justice Department said. Delta bought Northwest in 2008, and the two carriers have been combined.

In a statement, Delta said Northwest had "terminated the employment of the individual who it believed had primary responsibility for the conduct in question."

Delta said the Justice Department did not allege misconduct by any current or former officer or director at Northwest or Delta.

The Justice Department said the airline had agreed to cooperate with its ongoing antitrust investigation.

The Justice Department says more than a dozen airlines have pleaded guilty and paid more than $1.6 billion in criminal fines.

On Wednesday, a lawyer for freight shippers said American Airlines had agreed to pay $5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over price-fixing. According to the settlement agreement filed in federal court in New York, the shippers and American agreed to settle in April 2009 and American has been cooperating for more than a year. American agreed to provide documents and witnesses.

The airline said that settling avoided the cost of a trial.

Delta shares rose 19 cents to close at $11.88.
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Delta Air gains approval for JFK overhaul

ATLANTA, Aug 5 (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines Inc received approval on Thursday for a $1.2 billion overhaul of its operations at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport that includes the expansion of one terminal.

Plans call for Delta to operate its international traffic from Terminal 4, which will be upgraded with additional gates and more baggage claim space. Terminal 3, the aging PanAm Worldport building Delta currently uses, will be torn down to make way for parking.

Delta will operate from Terminal 4 under a 30-year arrangement, said the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the airport operator that approved the project. The expansion is expected to take three years, with the Terminal 3 razing to begin immediately afterward.

The overhaul is expected to create 6,400 jobs and will be financed by Delta, with special project bonds and passenger airport fees.

Delta, currently the world's largest airline after its 2008 purchase of Northwest, is looking to strengthen its presence in high-growth markets as demand for air travel returns.

It has said upgrading JFK is essential to attracting corporate passengers as it builds a major hub in New York City. This week, it also announced plans to improve dining services at its main terminal at LaGuardia Airport.

Delta handles almost a quarter of JFK's annual passenger traffic, the port authority said.
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ATLANTA, Aug 5 (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines Inc received approval on Thursday for a $1.2 billion overhaul of its operations at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport that includes the expansion of one terminal.

Plans call for Delta to operate its international traffic from Terminal 4, which will be upgraded with additional gates and more baggage claim space. Terminal 3, the aging PanAm Worldport building Delta currently uses, will be torn down to make way for parking.

Delta will operate from Terminal 4 under a 30-year arrangement, said the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the airport operator that approved the project. The expansion is expected to take three years, with the Terminal 3 razing to begin immediately afterward.

The overhaul is expected to create 6,400 jobs and will be financed by Delta, with special project bonds and passenger airport fees.

Delta, currently the world's largest airline after its 2008 purchase of Northwest, is looking to strengthen its presence in high-growth markets as demand for air travel returns.

It has said upgrading JFK is essential to attracting corporate passengers as it builds a major hub in New York City. This week, it also announced plans to improve dining services at its main terminal at LaGuardia Airport.

Delta handles almost a quarter of JFK's annual passenger traffic, the port authority said.
now hold on now...

The Pan Am worldport is a historic landmark am I right?

If they're tearing down that ugly brick extension, thats okay, but I don't think they can tear down the terminal proper
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Old August 12th, 2010, 10:55 AM   #653
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United / Continental Airlines unveiled the new visual branding and livery

More informations about the new branding and livery you will find here:

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...d-airline.html

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Old August 13th, 2010, 05:35 AM   #654
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Pan Am Worldport JFK

The former TWA Flight Center is a designated landmark, the Pan Am terminal is not. It really is terribly outdated and in a poor state of repair. The best long term solution is to tear down the entire terminal and replace it with a state-of-the art facility.
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Old August 13th, 2010, 08:34 AM   #655
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Another great loss...they'll never learn.
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Continental Airlines Reveals Their Tricked-Out 787 Dreamliner Interior



If you have the necessary credentials to sneak into this year’s National Business Travel Association International Convention and Expo in Houston, you might just get a sneak peak at Continental’s plans for their Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The soon-to-be world’s largest airline revealed bits and pieces of what the insides of the new bird will look like.

One of the things Continental is bragging about is lower cabin altitude. The plane will change cabin pressure to simulate 6,000 feet to help passengers feel more comfy throughout their flight. Additionally, there’s to be way more natural light thanks to larger windows, and plenty of room for carry-ons in the overhead storage bins; in fact, Continental claims there'll be room for everyone's bag. We'll believe it when we see it.



When up in the air you’ll actually feel like it, because LED lighting inside the cabin attempts to replicate the look and feel of the sky and clouds, whether it be night or day. Many of these features we already knew about, but it’s nice to know that Continental isn’t skipping any of the cool aspects of the 787.

BusinessFirst seats were on display as well, but judging from the pictures these seats don’t look like anything too special. There’s cloth—gross—and kind of just look like what Continental has been using for years on some of their bigger and better planes. You’d think they’d try to go above and beyond with this plane. That doesn’t mean that we’d prefer a seat in the back, but we’re just saying. It’s not too surprising that they didn’t display the economy accommodations for those in the back of the plane. We do know that there will be nine seats across—fun.

Don’t worry if you aren’t cool enough to attend this year’s conference, as the mockup of the new plane interior will be set up inside Bush Intercontinental Airport within Terminal E. We can’t wait for a layover to test out things for ourselves.

http://www.jaunted.com/story/2010/8/...liner+Interior
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it must be nice for delta to finally upgrade terminal. the plans look nice, saw it on Airliners.net. when done all three major airlines at JFK will have new terminals.
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Delta's plan at JFK

Yes, JFK has experienced a near-total makeover this decade. Here's a link to get a visual of the plan. I believe that this is simply a convenient corporate plan to expand Terminal 4 for the future. At the moment Delta's / Port Authority of NY NJ's only option to redevelop the T2/3 site is to vacate first, demolish then redevelop. Naturally this will take a decade or more so T4 is the best option to begin the process

http://nycaviation.com/2010/08/11/de...llery/?pid=393


http://crankyflier.com/2010/08/13/de...erminal-plans/

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Delta launches 'Ticket Window' on Facebook letting passengers buy tickets directly from site
12 August 2010

ATLANTA (AP) - Delta Air Lines Inc. said Thursday it's launched a new "Ticket Window" on Facebook that will allow passengers to book directly on the social media site.

It's the first time an airline has allowed customers to reserve flights on Facebook, although nearly all major U.S. airlines use Facebook and Twitter to promote sales.

Delta plans to expand the Ticket Window to other sites, including online banner ads from which customers could book directly.

The airline said the move, along with a redesign of its website delta.com earlier this week, is part of an overall effort to interact directly with its customers on the Web.

Big airlines like Delta, the world's largest, have been slower than their discount counterparts in catching the wave of social media. JetBlue and Southwest were the first to use social media for communicating with customers -- dedicating staff to promoting their brands across cyberspace and dealing directly with individual complaints or complements on Twitter.

Delta, which is based in Atlanta, said there's still more changes to come on its website to make it more user-friendly. It's also working to improve the ease of use for its airport kiosks. It plans to launch an iPhone application within the next few weeks that will offer customers the ability to check in for flights, check flight status, review schedules, set a parking reminder, review frequent flier account balance and use electronic boarding passes in select cities.
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