Qatar Airways says the sky is the limit with its high-flying careers, but activists say that if the Middle Eastern carrier gets its way, some Atlantans may soon be moving to a country that keeps its workers grounded.
Call it a case of exaggerated conflict, at least in Delta Air Lines’ eyes. Atlanta’s hometown carrier says it had nothing to do with the unconventional maneuvering that saw Qatar Airways passengers bused from their gate to the Airbus A380 that would whisk them away on the first flight from Atlanta to Doha. A few passengers grumbled about Delta’s […]
With the arrival of two new carriers with strong connections to India and efforts to attract a nonstop flight, Atlanta could turn into an important funnel for traffic to the subcontinent.
Delta Air Lines Inc. customers were confirmed to be among those killed in the suicide bombing at the Brussels Zaventem Airport Tuesday.
Efforts to woo Indian and Chinese investors will only go so far without nonstop flights to those countries, the Atlanta airport’s general manager said as he pledged to do “everything in our power” to bring back direct connections to the world’s two most populous nations.
Delta Air Lines Inc. has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to fly nonstop to Havana, Cuba, from Atlanta and three other U.S. hubs, the airline announced Wednesday.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is “disappointed” with the outcome of U.S.-Japan aviation negotiations, which ended Feb. 18 with an amendment to their Open Skies agreement allowing the first daytime landing slots for international flights into Tokyo’s Haneda airport.
It’s not situated within the international terminal, but a new Georgia visitor welcome center at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport isn’t neglecting travelers from other countries.