Delta & Travel NEWS: CEO talks SLC. Delta “wins” tarmac delays. Pilots error says NTSB.

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Time for this month’s installment to cover all the interesting Delta & travel news bits over the past few weeks and there have been a bunch of them over the past few days. Take a look at what caught my eye:

  • NTSB Chairman Christoper Hart said: “The passengers and crew of Delta flight 1086 were fortunate to have survived this crash with no loss of life or serious injuries.” – HERE
  • Delta tops DOT list of longest tarmac delays in July! – HERE
  • Airline Giants [including Delta] Craving Latin America Foothold Eye Avianca Deal – HERE
  • Zika Worsens in Singapore, and U.S. Experts Are Worried – HERE
  • Delta Private Jets and Porsche partner to deliver seamless travel solution – HERE
  • Alaska Airlines leads on-time ratings, Frontier is last [Delta #4] – HERE
  • Delta’s lesson [REG CPU fail in August]: Have a Plan B. System failure brought back manual processes. – HERE
  • DAL: How Delta’s Stock Price Fell 26% in 6 Months – HERE
  • Airlines are charging a hidden fee that’s increasing your plane ticket — and they won’t say what it’s for – HERE
  • New Delta Air Lines CEO foresees growth, innovation for Salt Lake City hub – HERE

So those are the headlines that caught my attention this month. Were there any others, either Delta or travel related, that piqued your interest? Please share the link in the comments below- René

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