Delta Starts Selling Tickets for ATL-Brussels Flights: Airline Pulse News and Notes for June 9, 2016
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Allegiant Air is giving free flights to Make-a-Wish donors in Cincinnati. Everyone who donates at least $50 at a charity walk this Saturday in the Ohio city will receive a flight voucher worth $200.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz met with shareholders and employees earlier this week. According to reports, the conversation was quite candid, with some investors even telling Munoz that they preferred to fly on competing airlines, avoiding United altogether.
The US isn’t the only country dealing with underfunded airport security. Canadian officials have also warned that screening delays could hit airports in the country unless Ottawa increases funding so that airports can hire more agents and get better screening equipment.
Delta continues to improve its on-time performance. The airline had 87.6 percent of its flights arrive on time in May. United and American lagged behind at 81.2 and 79.9 percent respectively.
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