Delta offering passengers thousands of dollars if asked to give up their seat - WXIA-TV
ATLANTA, Ga – Delta Air Lines is reportedly offering passengers up to nearly $10,000 if they're asked to give up their seats on an overbooked flight. In an internal memo obtained by the AP, Delta says gate agents can offer up to $2,000 in compensation, ...
Next Time Your Flight Is Overbooked, Hold out for the Big Bucks - Esquire.com
Delta Air Lines circulated an internal memo to employees that was obtained by the Associated Press. In the memo, Delta raised the amount that gate agents can offer from $800 to $2,000 and increased how much supervisors can offer from $1,350 to $9,950.
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RT @ganjansen: Delta lifts cap for voluntary bumping to $9,950 https://t.co/3AXpZu03F6 via @usatoday
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Delta lifts cap for voluntary bumping to $9,950 https://t.co/GxXlEprJ5D
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New rules from Delta Air Lines allow gate agents to offer passengers up to $2,000 for giving up their seats.
Delta offers passengers up to $10000 for being bumped from flight - ABC News
Transcript for Delta offers passengers up to $10,000 for being bumped from flight. This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate. Delta gives out pizza after canceling 300 flights. Delta Air Lines said it ordered more ...
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MT @TwoBagLife: Delta Air Lines' New Business Class Suites Soar to Victory https://t.co/TjRvWDqiSc (via @TravelEsquire)
Is It Time To Make Your Portfolio Fly Higher With Delta? - Seeking Alpha
Just last Wednesday, Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) report Q1 earnings. Examining those earnings, along with the company's current financial condition and business model, let's determine if Delta Air Lines should be added to your portfolio. On the earnings ...
Delta figured out how to capitalize on United's failure but it probably won't help you very much - Hot Air
The fallout for United Airlines from their attempt at “involuntary rescheduling and attitude adjustment” for a doctor on one of their flights continues in the public relations department and other airlines seem to be responding. In terms of the endless ...
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RT @USATODAY: Delta's CEO says no new legislation is needed to deal with bumping because travelers can choose different airlines. https://t…