Business Traveller|January 16, 2014 CNN’s Richard Quest looks at the relationship between Atlanta International Airport and Delta Airlines.

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Earlier this month, Purdue University and Wichita State released their annual Airline Quality Rating report, and it was a mixed bag. Traveler complaints were up 22% from last year, but metrics like lost baggage rates and on-time percentage both moved in the direction travelers want them to: lost baggage was down and on-time percentages up. […]

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It’s been nearly two months since Delta announced some of the greatest changes to its SkyMiles loyalty rewards program since its 1981 launch. And yet, I’m still left with an uncertain feeling. Will it be an airline loyalty program triumph or is Delta’s decision in for a bumpy ride? If you’re not familiar with the […]

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Delta international fleet to be equipped with GoGo Wi-Fi Delta claims to operate the world’s largest Wi-Fi-equipped fleet of of 800 aircraft (including DL Connection) aircraft with more than 3,000 flights daily, reaching more than 400,000 customers.  However, until recently, Delta’s WiFi offering only worked on domestic flights since the service was provided by GoGo (formerly AirCell), […]

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Delta Airlines’ announcement last month that they plan to purchase the Phillips 66 refinery in Trainer, Pennsylvania for $180 million caught several aviation and energy insiders off guard. The airline is getting a $30 million grant to assist with the purchase from the state of Pennsylvania and plans to spend $100 million through its Monroe […]

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