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Travelport and Delta Air Lines Sign Agreement to Drive Industry Retailing Innovation

Delta Air Lines and Travelport have signed a global distribution agreement, designed to further enhance value-generation for the entire travel retailing ecosystem.

Delta Resumes Daily Nonstop Flight Between Atlanta and Athens

US carrier Delta Air Lines will resume its nonstop daily flight from Atlanta, Georgia, to Athens, Greece, from July 2.

Delta: Athens Welcomes First Airline to Resume US to Greece Flights

Athens International Airport on May 29 welcomed a full flight from New York operated by Delta Air Lines, the first carrier to restart flights between the United States and Greece since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Delta Starts Direct Flights to Athens from New York

Delta Air Lines has resumed its direct service between Athens and New York.

Delta Air Lines: New Atlanta Service, More New York Flights to Athens, Greece

Delta Air Lines will resume service to Athens, Greece, with two daily flights from New York-JFK and one from Atlanta.

AirlineRatings.com Announces World’s Top 20 Covid-19 Compliant Carriers

Safety and product rating website AirlineRatings.com has released a list of the World's Top 20 Airlines for COVID-19 compliance.

Italy to Activate ‘Covid-tested’ Safe Air Corridor for Flights from US

Fiumicino in Rome, Italy, will be the first airport in Europe to activate “Covid-tested” safe air corridors, on flights coming from the United States, excluding quarantine for passengers.

Delta: All Customers Must Wear Face Coverings for Travel

Delta Air Lines customers as of May 4 are required to wear a face mask or appropriate face covering when traveling with the airline.

IATA: Air Traveler Numbers Reach New Heights in 2017

The number of air passengers worldwide reached 4.1 billion for the first time in 2017, an increase of 7.3 percent over 2016, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

FlightStats: Alitalia Most Punctual Airline in the World for January

Alitalia was named most punctual airline in the world for January 2018 by US independent data services society FlightStats.

Air France to Launch Service Between Paris and Seattle in March 2018

Air France has announced a non-stop service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Seattle in Washington, USA, as of March 2018.

US Airlines Up in Arms Over Emirates NY Flights Via Athens

Three US airlines are calling on new President Donald Trump to stop Emirates' decision to offer a daily year-round flight from Dubai to New York via Athens.

Qantas Yet Again Voted World’s Safest Airline for 2017

Australian carrier Qantas has been voted the safest airline for 2017 thanks to its fatality-free record as announced by AirlineRatings.com.

Delta to Add Second Daily Athens-New York Service in June 2017

Delta Air Lines will launch a second daily Athens-New York service from June 2, meeting the travel demand between Greece and the United States during the peak summer months.

Delta Offers Compensation for Customers Affected by Systemwide Outage

Delta Air Lines will provide $200 in travel vouchers to all customers who experienced a delay of greater than three hours or a cancelled flight as a result of the systemwide outage on Monday, August 8.

Delta to Resume Daily Service Between Athens and New York for 25th Year

Delta Air Lines, which marks its 25th anniversary of service to Greece this year, will restart its nonstop service from Athens to New York-JFK, effective April 5.

Delta Announces Athens–New York Summer 2016 Flights Now on Sale

Delta's Athens–New York nonstop flights will begin five times weekly from March 27, 2016, increasing to a daily service from May 24, 2016, using an Airbus A330-300 aircraft with 292 seats.

Keep the Skies Open, says Etihad Airways Chief

Etihad Airways has urged the US Government to "keep the skies open", in a comprehensive formal response to the joint campaign by Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines to block competition and roll back the benefits of Open Skies.

America’s Largest Airlines Received Benefits Worth US$71.48 Billion, New Study Shows

Research commissioned by Etihad Airways has quantified a range of government and court-sanctioned benefits and concessions received by the three biggest US carriers, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines Group, and other airlines with which they have merged.

Delta Increases Summer Capacity From Athens, Greece

Delta Air Lines is adding five more weekly flights between Athens International Airport and New York John F. Kennedy International Airport effective June 2, 2015.