At Delta’s largest kitchen facility at its hub in Atlanta, teams must cook, package and transport 3,200 meals a day for the airline’s first-class passengers. Here’s an inside look at how they make it work. Photo: Tanner Shinnick for The Wall Street Journal
JetBlue Airways Corp (NASDAQ: JBLU) is preparing to prune New York flights during the impending summer travel season. The federal regulators urged carriers to reduce schedules by up to 10% at some of the nation’s busiest airports due to a crisis in air-traffic controllers, Bloomberg reports. “This summer is going to be really hard again,” Chief Executive Officer Robin Hayes said Wednesday at the Economic Club of New York. “We need to reduce flying and make sure we can operate what we’ve got.” In
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