DAL - Delta Air Lines, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
52.73
-0.12 (-0.22%)
As of 3:04PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close52.85
Open52.53
Bid51.70 x 1000
Ask51.88 x 300
Day's Range52.30 - 53.20
52 Week Range43.81 - 60.79
Volume3,427,675
Avg. Volume8,479,803
Market Cap37.452B
Beta0.80
PE Ratio (TTM)10.65
EPS (TTM)4.95
Earnings DateApr 10, 2018 - Apr 16, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.22 (2.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-11-16
1y Target Est71.76
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  • American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    Boeing Roundup: FAA clears 737 MAX 9… Delta wants to help launch new Boeing plane

    Chicago-based Boeing Co. (BA) has operations around the country. The Boeing Co. on Friday announced that its 737 MAX 9 has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration, clearing the way for deliveries to begin of the new narrow-body passenger jet. Boeing says in a press release that it is now in the final stages of preparing the first aircraft for delivery to launch customer Lion Air Group. CEO Dennis Muilenburg on Thursday said Boeing is "getting closer" to a deal with Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer.

  • American City Business Journals3 hours ago

    Away Travel CEO confronts Delta's latest 'smart' suitcase crackdown (Video)

    The CEO of Away Travel said her luggage company will provide free upgrades following Delta's latest ban on "smart" suitcases. Steph Korey, who is also Away's Co-founder, made a video for customers detailing Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) updating its travel policy related to bags with non-removable lithium-ion batteries being used as carry-on or checked baggage. Delta is not alone in the smart luggage crackdown, joined by American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL), Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV), United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL), JetBlue Airways Corp. (JBLU), Air Canada, LATAM, Lufthansa, British Airways, KLM, and Air France in requiring passengers to remove the battery before checking these types of bags, Fortune Magazine reports .

  • Airlines `Flush With Money' Spur Pilots' Quest for Lost Pensions
    Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Airlines `Flush With Money' Spur Pilots' Quest for Lost Pensions

    Airline pilots, still resentful over pensions yanked away in a wave of industry bankruptcies, see growing company profits as a chance to reclaim some of those lost benefits.

  • Delta Air Lines Wants the Boeing "797" ASAP: Here's Why
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Delta Air Lines Wants the Boeing "797" ASAP: Here's Why

    There's no good replacement for Delta's aging fleet of Boeing 767s and transatlantic 757s right now -- but Boeing's proposed middle-of-the-market jet could be a perfect fit.

  • American Airlines Scales Back Its Ambitions in New York
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    American Airlines Scales Back Its Ambitions in New York

    American Airlines has cut some underperforming routes in New York. It sees its larger Philadelphia hub as a better gateway for less popular international markets.

  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Fortune: Georgia is home to 4 of the 'Best Companies to Work For' in 2018

    When it comes to the best companies to work for in Georgia, Fortune Magazine is sticking with the businesses it knows. On its annual list of the 100 'Best Companies to Work For,' Fortune picked four Georgia-based companies, all of which have previously made the list. The Atlanta-based airline ranked No. 63 last year.

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    CNBC: How Many Stocks Are Left Behind In The Current Market Rebound?

    If Friday's momentum is sustained throughout the trading session, U.S. stocks will record a six-day winning streak. But are all stocks participating in the rally? CNBC's Dominic Chu turned his attention ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Air France-KLM, Delta examining ways of keeping Alitalia in Skyteam

    Air France-KLM and its U.S. partner Delta Air Lines are studying ways of keeping Alitalia inside the Skyteam alliance - but without Air France-KLM being a buyer, Chief Executive Jean-Marc Janaillac said on Friday. "We are not a potential buyer so we did not participate in the process," Janaillac told a news conference, adding the Franco-Dutch airline group has not had access to Alitalia data. Lufthansa, which leads the rival Star Alliance and has its own North Atlantic joint venture, has said it would be interested in a bid but only if Alitalia could be restructured.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Air France-KLM, Delta examining ways of keeping Alitalia in Skyteam

    Air France-KLM (AIRF.PA) and its U.S. partner Delta Air Lines (DAL.N) are studying ways of keeping Alitalia inside the Skyteam alliance - but without Air France-KLM being a buyer, Chief Executive Jean-Marc Janaillac said on Friday. "We are not a potential buyer so we did not participate in the process," Janaillac told a news conference, adding the Franco-Dutch airline group has not had access to Alitalia data. Lufthansa (LHAG.DE), which leads the rival Star Alliance and has its own North Atlantic joint venture, has said it would be interested in a bid but only if Alitalia could be restructured.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Air France-KLM, Delta study ways of keeping Alitalia in Skyteam

    Air France-KLM is studying with its U.S. partner Delta Air Lines ways of keeping Alitalia inside the Skyteam alliance - but without Air France-KLM being a buyer, Chief Executive Jean-Marc Janaillac said ...

  • American City Business Journals5 days ago

    Tampa International adding third nonstop flight route to the West Coast

    Extending its West Coast push, Tampa International Airport is getting additional nonstop service to Los Angeles this summer. Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) will begin daily nonstop service between Tampa ...

  • Fortune5 days ago

    Delta Prohibits Carrying On Luggage With Built-in Batteries

    Batteries have to be removed from suitcases before they're carried on Delta flights.

  • Buy These 3 Airline Stocks Soaring Amid Profit Sharing
    Zacks5 days ago

    Buy These 3 Airline Stocks Soaring Amid Profit Sharing

    Delta Air Lines (DAL) announced on Valentine's Day that the company is set to pay out more than $1 billion in profit sharing to its employees as part of its continued program to spread the wealth. Other U.S. airline firms also joined the party, and at the moment, this trend seems to be a sign of strength and stability in the industry.

  • Must-Know Recent Developments from Boeing
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Must-Know Recent Developments from Boeing

    Why Boeing Stock Flew High after Mass Sell-Off

  • American City Business Journals5 days ago

    MSP airport set new passenger record in 2017

    The Star Tribune reports on the numbers from MSP airport, which set its previous record for passengers in 2005, with 37.6 million people. Despite the increase in passenger numbers, air traffic is still well below the records set before the recession, as airlines have shifted to larger planes. Eagan-basd Sun Country Airlines was the No. 2 airline by market share, with 6.6 percent of traffic, followed by Southwest Airlines.

  • Delta says some CSeries deliveries will likely be Canadian imports
    Reuters5 days ago

    Delta says some CSeries deliveries will likely be Canadian imports

    Delta Air Lines on Thursday said it intends to take as many U.S.-made Bombardier CSeries as possible, but at least some of its earlier deliveries will likely be Canadian imports due to contractual obligations ...

  • Forbes5 days ago

    Give Trump Credit As U.S. Airlines Gain In Trade Dispute With Mideast Airlines, Delta Exec Says

    A top Delta Air Lines executive says the U.S. airline industry made progress in reaching an agreement on Open Skies violations with the government of Qatar and hopes for a similar deal with the United Arab Emirates, thanks to the Trump administration's commitment to ending trade violations.

  • Flightglobal5 days ago

    Bombardier may begin CSeries deliveries to Delta in 2018

    Bombardier suggests that it could deliver CS100s to Delta Air Lines from its Montreal Mirabel facility this year, despite earlier comments from the airline that it wanted the aircraft to come from the airframer's proposed Alabama assembly site.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Bombardier CEO calls U.S. trade agency reasoning "good news"

    Bombardier Inc Chief Executive Alain Bellemare on Thursday described a U.S. trade agency's explanation for why it rejected hefty duties on the company's CSeries jet sales to American carriers as very "good ...

  • CNBC5 days ago

    Transport stocks should be bought on the dip, market watcher says

    Transportation stocks are seeing a volatile start to 2018, but some say any weakness should be bought.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Airbus studying increase in A350 output - CEO

    Airbus expects to decide this year whether to increase output of the A350 jet, together with plans already under examination to increase single-aisle output to 70 planes a month from the planned rate of 60, said Chief Executive Tom Enders. Enders also said he expects that Bombardier will start delivering CSeries jets to Delta Air Lines "very soon" after Bombardier won a trade ruling against Boeing. Airbus has agreed to buy majority control of the loss-making jet programme from Bombardier, and plans to assemble U.S.-bound CSeries jets at its plant in Alabama in future.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    U.S. ITC details why it rejected CSeries duties, says Boeing not hurt

    MONTREAL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An independent U.S. trade body on Wednesday said it rejected hefty U.S. duties on Bombardier's CSeries jets partly because Boeing lost no sales or revenue when Delta Air Lines ordered the aircraft in 2016 from the Canadian planemaker. The International Trade Commission published its reasoning three weeks after announcing the decision. The ITC said the 110-seat CSeries jets ordered by Delta (DAL.N) and Boeing Co's (BA.N) smallest 737 MAX 7 plane do not compete.

  • Air France-KLM CFO Says Demand, Load Factors Increasing
    Bloomberg Video5 days ago

    Air France-KLM CFO Says Demand, Load Factors Increasing

    Feb.16 -- Air France-KLM CFO Frederic Gagey discusses the airlines' earnings and performance, and talks about expansion plans. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."