Two days after diverting a plane with 273 passengers and 17 crew bound for Tel Aviv to Paris for security reasons, Delta Air Lines Inc. on July 24 restarted its flights to the Israeli tech hub.
When Delta Air Lines Inc. CEO Richard Anderson went to Capitol Hill to testify against the Export-Import Bank of the United States June 25, he brought an entourage.
Delta Air Lines passengers can reach India through one-stop transfers on partner KLM in Amsterdam, but it wasn’t that long ago that the Atlanta-based carrier could reach this market of 1.2 billion people nonstop from the U.S.
Trans-Atlantic travel is so taken for granted these days, it’s sometimes hard to remember that crossing the pond was once a decidedly more uncertain ordeal.
The Atlanta airport has set aside $2 million per year over the next five years in a bid to lure new international cargo and passenger routes to the city.
Emirates SkyCargo on April 6 will launch a weekly nonstop flight between Atlanta and Dubai, becoming the 11th cargo airline with service to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The board of directors of Turkish Airlines has decided to pursue a nonstop flight between Istanbul and Atlanta “at the earliest convenience,” Airport City has learned.
With the November cancellation of a Singapore Airlines flight to Newark, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines Inc. can now lay claim to one of the world’s longest nonstop flights.
Lufthansa Cargo’s first Boeing 777 landed in Atlanta in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, bringing with it the potential for more and larger cargo.
As if Korean Air needed more motivation to deploy massive Airbus A380s on its routes from Seoul to Atlanta this August, the Brookings Institution provided it with a recent study.