Delta Airlines

CLEAR raises $15 million to expand biometric security

CLEAR, the biometric security firm popular in U.S. airports and stadiums, has raised $15 million from T. Rowe Price to expand their footprint. The company, led by CEO Caryn Seidman-Becker, is already

Delta flights grounded as power outage takes down computers

People flying Delta may have awoken this morning to find out they aren’t flying at all – a massive networked service outage resulting from a power failure in Atlanta, the airline’s home

Now You Can Book Flights On Facebook. The Bad News: Only On Delta

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/facebook-9-delta.jpg" class="shot2">Many of you may have heard about TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington's <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.co

Delta Outfitting Entire Domestic Fleet With Aircell's GoGo In-Flight Wi-Fi Service by End of 2009

It’s the dawning of a new age, folks. In-flight Wi-Fi is slowly rolling out across domestic airlines in the US and Delta is looking to capitalize on it by outfitting their entire domestic fleet

Delta Air Lines Embraces Wi-Fi during Flights

The U.S. company Delta Air Lines announced today that it will sell broadband wireless Internet access on its entire domestic mainline fleet. The service is expected to be up and running on all domesti

Delta to roll out Aircell's GoGo service across entire fleet

This is certainly big news and it’s coming from an airline that’s been hampered with bankruptcy problems in recent years, but things are looking up for Delta. In April they announced that

I'll still ignore Deltalina even though she's easy on the eyes

Katherine Lee is the new face of in-flight safety for Delta and it’s a welcome change from the monotony we’ve been subjected to for the last couple decades, but are her pouty lips and good looks e