Summer Travel Seasons Don't Get Weirder Than This One

Some 2.2 million travelers waded through U.S. airport security on Sunday—more than on any day since the pandemic started. Many of them were probably grumpy before they got to the metal detector. Summer travel is often a slog full of crowds, delays,

The Airline Recovery Is Too Much Made in the USA

The U.S. airline recovery may be too homemade for investors’ taste. On Wednesday, Delta Air Lines DAL 3.56% —the first major carrier to release earnings—announced that the second quarter of 2021 was its first profitable one since the start of the Covid-19

Delta Reports First Profit Since Pandemic Began

Delta on Wednesday reported a second-quarter profit of $652 million, breaking a five-quarter streak of losses, boosted by rising travel demand and a fresh round of government aid to cover workers’ salaries. Delta is the first major airline to report financial results