Delta Air Lines, Inc.

NYSE: DAL
$27.72
+$0.02 (+0.1%)
Closing price July 2, 2020
The International Air Transport Association has proposed that countries replace mandatory quarantines for foreign travelers with a series of measures the group says will protect passengers and get...
American Airlines is the latest of the major U.S. carriers to raise capital as the industry suffers through its worst crisis ever.
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Both Delta and United have raised billions to keep employees working while passenger traffic has essentially disappeared. When will passengers be willing to get on a plane again?
Ten U.S. airlines have agreed to terms with the Treasury Department to accept assistance from the $25 billion fund designated to keep airline employees working through the end of September.
With markets starting to pick up again, and the S&P 500 on track to have its best week (albeit truncated) since 1974, there might be a light at the end of the tunnel for some devastated stocks.