Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL)

NYSE - NYSE Real Time Price. Currency in USD
36.77+0.08 (+0.22%)
At close: 4:00 PM EDT

36.70 -0.07 (-0.19%)
Pre-Market: 8:31 AM EDT

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Prev Close36.69
Bid36.70 x 200
Ask36.99 x 200
Day's Range36.47 - 37.05
52wk Range32.60 - 52.77
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap27.47B
P/E Ratio (ttm)5.99
Avg Vol (3m)11,394,762
Dividend & Yield0.81 (2.21%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Delta wins approval for $1.9 billion LAX modernization

    Delta Air Lines Inc.’s $1.9 billion modernization of its complex at Los Angeles International Airport took a major step forward Wednesday. The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved Delta’s lease and license agreement, which will enable the airline to relocate from Terminals 5 and 6 to Terminals 2 and 3 at LAX. “This project is a giant leap forward in the modernization of our LAX terminals,” said Mike Bonin, who represents LAX and surrounding communities on the Los Angeles City Council, in a report at the airline’s news hub , “and will dramatically improve the passenger experience at our airport by making it quicker and more convenient for people to check-in and transfer flights at LAX.

  • Delta's Unit Revenue May Not Grow Until '18, But It May Still Beat Rivals
    Investor's Business Daily16 hours ago

    Delta's Unit Revenue May Not Grow Until '18, But It May Still Beat Rivals

    Delta Air Lines' unit revenue might not turn positive until after next year, far later than the carrier's current target.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 hours ago

    Airlines, Trackers Aim to Prevent a Travel Nightmare: Lost Luggage

    American and Delta can now tell you when your bags are loaded and unloaded through their apps. The rate of mishandled bags improved by 10% last year, but still translates into one lost bag on every flight of 150 people. Delta Air Lines is the first to switch to all baggage tags embedded with radio-frequency ID (or RFID) chips in the paper—very thin panels about the size of a business card.