Black clergy members in Georgia met with several corporate executives Tuesday to discuss their concerns about the state's new election reform law. However, not every company invited to the discussion had a representative present, and faith leaders who oppose the law said everything is still on the table--including a boycott.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday it’s “quite stupid” for corporations to speak out against the Georgia voting law, intensifying his warnings for big business to stand down as Congress delves into President Joe Biden’s infrastructure package and other defining issues.
For those with tentative plans to fly this year, change fees on some fares that were waived by airlines during the pandemic have been reinstated or will be soon.
Flight cancelations over the weekend forced Delta Air Lines to temporarily fill up middle seats on some flights. The company said on Sunday, around 100 flights were canceled because of a staffing shortage.
Delta Air Lines canceled about 100 flights Sunday due to staff shortages, and it opened up middle seats a month earlier than expected in order to carry more passengers.
Some Georgians have already started boycotting companies headquartered in Georgia, ahead of the April 7th date.
Organizers are upset that the companies didn't publicly speak out against the controversial legislation before it passed.
Delta is the last U.S. airline to end the policy of blocking middle seats, which it first began in April 2020.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian said in a memo that he needed "to make it crystal clear that" Georgia's new election law was "unacceptable."
A Delta passenger is facing a $27,5000 fine for allegedly assaulting a flight attendant amid a dispute over the flight attendant’s instructions and the airline’s mask policy, the FAA said.
A Delta flight headed to Atlanta slid off a Pittsburgh International Airport runway just prior to takeoff on Wednesday evening.
Delta Air Lines says it will continue blocking out middle seats and limiting capacity on flights through April 30, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Delta Air Lines has put 880 people on its no-fly list in the wake of lawmakers being harassed on flights over the U.S. election and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is banning emotional-support animals on flights.
A Delta flight attendant hopes to reunite a wayward stuffed cat with its owner with the public’s help and a dash of holiday magic.
A Delta Airbus A321 was taxiing to the runway at LaGuardia Airport for its flight to Atlanta when a passenger popped open a cabin door, triggering the emergency slide.
Even with the vaccine rollout, it will still be a while before air travel is back to normal. That’s why executives of Delta said they’re launching “COVID-free” international flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport beginning Tuesday night.
Delta Air Lines CEO says the airline has put hundreds of people on a no-fly list over their refusal to follow its face-covering policy.
There have certainly been some kitchen table chats about whether you will fly this holiday season to either get out of town or to see family. The CDC says stay home if you can. But if you can’t, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastion discusses the safety measures the Atlanta-based airline is taking.
The government has decided that when it comes to air travel, only dogs can be service animals, and companions used for emotional support don’t count.