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Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL)

DAL on New York Consolidated

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24 May 2017
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Wed, May 17 2017

BRIEF-Delta and Lyft team up to to offer skymiles members more opportunities

* Delta Air Lines Inc - co, Lyft partnering to offer skymiles members more opportunities to earn miles by requesting a ride Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Delta boosts connectivity between Rio De Janeiro & New York

* To expand its connections between Brazil and United States with a new nonstop flight between Rio De Janeiro and New York-JFK Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Delta delays taking delivery of 10 A350 jets

Delta Air Lines Inc said on Thursday it was delaying taking delivery of 10 Airbus A350-900 jets and placed a fresh order for 30 smaller A321-200s, putting a question mark on the demand for wide-body aircraft.

UPDATE 2-Delta delays taking delivery of 10 A350 jets

* Delivery schedule for co's first A350-900 aircraft on track

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Delta delays taking delivery of 10 A350 jets

May 11 Delta Air Lines Inc said on Thursday it was delaying taking delivery of 10 wide-body A350-900 jets made by Airbus SE, putting a question mark over their demand, even as the no. 2 U.S. airline placed a fresh order for 30 smaller A321-200s.

BRIEF-Delta to expand Airbus A321-200 aircraft order defer 10 A350 deliveries

* Delta to expand Airbus A321-200 aircraft order; defer 10 A350 deliveries

Delta to order more Airbus A321-200 aircraft

May 11 Delta Air Lines Inc said on Thursday it would expand its order for Airbus SE's single-aisle A321-200 aircraft, and defer deliveries of the wide-body A350-900 jets.

BRIEF-Delta Air Lines sets quarterly dividend of $0.2025 per share

* Sets quarterly dividend of $0.2025 per share Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Delta apologizes for forcing family off flight

Delta Air Lines apologized on Thursday after a couple said they were kicked off an overbooked flight with their two toddlers so their seats could be given to waiting passengers, the latest U.S. airline to apologize over incidents on board their flights.

Delta apologizes for "booting" passenger off flight

May 4 Delta Air Lines Inc apologized on Thursday to customers, who were forced off its flight last month, and said it would refund them and provide additional compensation.

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