Last night Delta Air Lines sponsored a really fun concert and nummy BBQ in Colorado Springs in connection with BAcon or the BoardingArea Convention. This weekend has been both educational and fun and I think you will see many new features from BA bloggers over the coming months.

But on to the news. April & May have been busy for our airline & here are some headlines that caught my attention and may peak yours as well:

  • Delta is rewarding DAL shareholders is HERE
  • Making Delta elites happy is HERE
  • Legal update on the Delta phone APP is HERE
  • Skywest is dumping more CRJ200 is HERE
  • The result of the above could mean less flights is HERE
  • The Delta Pinnacle Airlines takeover continues is HERE
  • Not Delta, but you can now sleep & dine on a 747 is HERE
  • I just thought the below was too funny!

Have a great rest of the weekend everyone and you still have time to take part of SWAG Saturday as well as a ReTweet contest both ending later today! – René

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One Response to “Time for a Delta & Aviation news day”

  1. Nina says:

    Nice post Rene!
    I am confused about the VA and DL partnership
    Are they now code sharing into London ONLY?

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