DAL - Delta Air Lines, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
60.13
+0.12 (+0.20%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

60.10 -0.03 (-0.05%)
Pre-Market: 7:31AM EST

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Previous Close60.01
Open59.90
Bid60.00 x 100
Ask60.20 x 1800
Day's Range59.39 - 60.16
52 Week Range43.81 - 60.79
Volume7,055,621
Avg. Volume7,052,266
Market Cap42.704B
Beta0.88
PE Ratio (TTM)12.15
EPS (TTM)4.95
Earnings DateApr 10, 2018 - Apr 16, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.22 (2.03%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-11-16
1y Target Est0.40
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  • American City Business Journals13 hours ago

    United Airlines prepping an international premium economy product

    United Airlines has made it official. In a memo to employees United CEO Oscar Munoz said international premium economy is coming to the Chicago-based carrier later this year. If United sticks to that timeline, it would be the last of the three major United States-based carriers with international route systems to introduce a dedicated premium economy product.

  • American City Business Journals20 hours ago

    Delta partners with Duke University on 'first-of-its-kind' sustainability program

    Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) is partnering with Duke University to help erase some of its carbon footprint. The Atlanta-based airline said Monday that the two entities are engaging in a "first-of-its-kind sustainability program" that involves a combined purchase of 5,000 "carbon credits." Delta, which is the official airline of the university and its athletics, said the partnership offsets carbon from all Duke business travel on Delta in 2017, while supporting urban forestry in the Raleigh-Durham area through funding the planting and care of 1,000 new trees. A single carbon offset is equal to one metric ton of CO2 being removed from the air, while the 1,000 trees will generate the removal of an additional 5,000 metric tons of CO2 from the air during their lifespan, according to Delta.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Major carriers say no plans to hedge fuel despite rising prices

    Four of the world's largest airlines - U.S. heavyweights Delta, American and United as well as Dubai-based Emirates - said on Monday they had no plans to start hedging their fuel bills despite recent rises in oil prices. Speaking on the same panel at the Airline Economics conference in Dublin, executives from the four carriers said in response to a query that they had no plans to alter their separate strategies of not hedging their fuel exposure. The market is quite thin beyond 12 months," Amelia Anderson, managing director and assistant treasurer at American Airlines, said.

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  • Forbesyesterday

    Delta Yanks Hard On The Leash Of Those Who've Abused Service Animal Travel Polices

    Beginning March 1 on Delta flights, if a dog – or pig, or falcon, or kangaroo, or whatever – hasn’t been trained to be a service animal or provide specific services in support of its owner, it won’t be allowed to board a flight.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    No more snakes (or turkeys) on a plane as Delta clamps down on ‘support animals’

    Passengers with animals will need more paperwork before coming on board.

  • GuruFocus.com3 days ago

    Weekly Top Insider Buys Highlight for the Week of Jan. 19

    The largest Insider Buys this week were for JPMorgan Chase & Co., BlackRock Inc, Delta Air Lines Inc. and Signet Jewelers Ltd.

  • Delta Air Lines Gets Ready to Expand Again in Seattle and Boston
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Delta Air Lines Gets Ready to Expand Again in Seattle and Boston

    Seattle and Boston have been two of Delta's most important growth markets in recent years. That focus will continue in 2018.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Delta to Require Advance Documentation for Service, Support Animals to Fly

    Delta Air Lines said that emotional-support and service animals will now need advanced documentation to travel, saying that incidents such as biting and urination have risen 84% since 2016.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Delta Air to tighten rules for onboard service animals

    Delta Air Lines is tightening the requirements for passengers traveling with onboard service and emotional support animals, the carrier said on Friday, following a sharp uptick in pet-related safety issues in recent years. Effective March 1, Delta, the second largest U.S. airline by passenger traffic, said it will require passengers seeking to fly with pets to present additional documents outlining the passenger's need for the animal and proof of its training and vaccinations, 48 hours prior to the flight. This comes in response to what the carrier said was a 150 percent increase in service and support animals - pets, often dogs, that accompany people with disabilities - carried onboard since 2015.

  • Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board
    Associated Press4 days ago

    Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board

    DALLAS (AP) — Delta Air Lines will soon require owners of service and support animals to provide more information before their animal can fly in the passenger cabin, including an assurance that it's trained to behave itself.

  • Investopedia4 days ago

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  • Fortune4 days ago

    Delta’s New Emotional Support Animal Policy Will Make It Harder to Travel With Your Pet

    Travelers with animals need to show training and vaccination paperwork 48 hours before takeoff.

  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    'Lack of regulation' leads Delta to tighten service animal policy

    Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) is cracking down on service or support animals with "enhanced requirements" for customers effective March 1. The Atlanta-based airline said Friday that the news steps will further protect its customers, employees and the animals by implementing advance documentation requirements for those service animals. "This comes as a result of a lack of regulation that has led to serious safety risks involving untrained animals in flight," Delta said in a news release.

  • Your Emotional Support Duck Is Not Welcome in Seat 15C
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Your Emotional Support Duck Is Not Welcome in Seat 15C

    Delta is cracking down on snakes, turkeys, ducks and possums that people claim are vital to them in the cabin.

  • Delta: Support and service animals are wreaking havoc in the sky
    Yahoo Finance4 days ago

    Delta: Support and service animals are wreaking havoc in the sky

    Delta is implementing new rules for customers flying with service and support animals.

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  • CNBC4 days ago

    Sick of soiled cabins and biting, Delta wants proof that support animals are trained

    Delta has set more stringent requirements to bring service animals on board planes.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Delta Air to tighten onboard emotional support animal requirements

    Delta Air Lines (DAL.N) is tightening the requirements for passengers traveling with onboard service and emotional support animals, the carrier said on Friday, following a sharp uptick in animal-related safety issues over the last several years. Effective March 1, Delta, the second largest U.S. airline by passenger traffic, said it will require passengers seeking to fly with pets to present additional documents outlining passenger's need for the animal and proof of the animal's training and vaccinations, 48 hours prior to the scheduled flight. This comes in response to what the carrier said was a 150 percent increase in the number of service and support animals carried onboard since 2015.

  • PR Newswire4 days ago

    Delta introduces enhanced requirements for customers traveling with service or support animals effective March 1

    ATLANTA, Jan. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (DAL) is taking steps to further protect its customers, employees and service and support animals by implementing advance documentation requirements for those animals. This comes as a result of a lack of regulation that has led to serious safety risks involving untrained animals in flight. The new requirements support Delta's top priority of ensuring safety for its customers, employees and trained service and support animals, while supporting the rights of customers with legitimate needs, such as disabled veterans, to travel with trained animals.

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  • New airline regulations on service dogs
    CBS News Videos4 days ago

    New airline regulations on service dogs

    Delta Airlines has new rules for bringing service and support animals on planes. They take effect March 1. CBS News' Don Dahler has the details.

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  • Delta tightens service animal rules
    CNBC Videos4 days ago

    Delta tightens service animal rules

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Delta tightening its rules on service animals.

  • Delta: Support and service animals are wreaking havoc in the sky
    Yahoo Finance Video4 days ago

    Delta: Support and service animals are wreaking havoc in the sky

    Delta is implementing new rules for customers flying with service and support animals. That’s after an increase in incidents which include- urinating, barking, lunging and even biting. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Dion Rabouin discuss.