Delta Air Lines will retire more than 100 planes by year’s end, reducing the carrier’s available cargo capacity to some destinations after coronavirus passes.
Atlanta-based airline posted $3.9 billion pretax loss for the second quarter.
Delta Air Lines officials believe they have the reputation for customer service, reliability, and brand experience that will carry them through the pandemic. Now, they are making hard choices about the future.
The latest blow for the airline industry came when President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that travelers from 26 European countries would be barred from visiting the U.S. for 30 days.