Delta Air Lines Org Chart & Sales Intelligence Blog
September 1, 2022
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
PO Box 20706
Atlanta, GA 30320-6001
404 715 2600
Ticker Symbol: (NYSE: DAL)
Full Time Employees: 83,000
Delta Air Lines 2022 Fortune 500 Rank: #113
What do the Delta Air Lines org charts look like?
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Who are the key decision makers at Delta Air Lines?
|Ed Bastian||Chief Executive Officer|
|Alain Bellemare||President – International|
|Steve Sear||E.V.P. – Global Sales and Distribution|
|Dan Janki||E.V.P. and Chief Financial Officer|
E.V.P. and Chief Customer Experience Officer
|John Laughter||E.V.P. and Chief of Operations|
|Joanne Smith||E.V.P. and Chief People Officer|
|Rahul Samant||E.V.P. and Chief Information Officer|
E.V.P. and Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary
S.V.P. and Chief Marketing & Communications Officer
S.V.P. – Business Development and Financial Planning
|Henry H. Ting||S.V.P. & Chief Health Officer|
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Who has been elected to the Delta Air Lines Board of Directors?
|Francis Blake||Chairman||Delta Airlines|
|Edward H. Bastian||CEO||Delta Airlines|
|Christopher A. Hazleton||Pilot and Captain||Delta Airlines|
|Ashton B. Carter||Director - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs||
Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government
|Greg Creed||Former CEO||Yum! Brands, Inc.|
|David G. Dewalt||Founder and Managing Director||NightDragon Security|
|William "Bill" Easter||Former Chairman, President and CEO||DCP Midstream, LLC|
|Leslie D. Hale||President and CEO||RLJ Lodging Trust|
|Michael P. Huerta||Senior Advisor||Macquarie Capital|
|Jeanne P. Jackson||Former Senior Strategic Advisor to the CEO||NIKE, Inc.|
|George N. Mattson||Private Investor & Co-Founder / Co-Chairman||NextGen Acquisition Corp.|
|Sergio Rial||Chairman of the Board||Banco Santander (Brasil)|
|David S. Taylor||Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors||The Procter & Gamble Company|
|Kathy Waller||Executive Director||Atlanta Committee for Progress|
Where is Delta Air Lines investing in their business operations?
Delta and Misapplied Sciences launch a personalized flight information board in Detroit
Flight information boards, especially the old electromechanical ones with their clacking letters, are often an iconic part of an airport. But just like flying today is quite different from 30 years ago, most airports have now moved to large LCD screens instead. Despite the fact that you could easily find all of this information on your phone, travelers regularly congregate around these signs to get up-to-date information about their flights.
At CES 2020, Delta Air Lines and Misapplied Sciences first showed off what the future of these displays could look like, with a large board that shows up to 100 passengers personalized information about their flights in parallel. Today, the company is launching this experience in its Detroit hub and any Delta flyer who wants to give it a try can now do so, marking the first time one of these boards is being used in a public venue.
Delta confirms ‘exploratory’ Starlink tests
Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the airline has tested out SpaceX’s Starlink technology, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. The report calls the tests “exploratory” and says there weren’t any further details, but it does seem like one of the major US airlines is at least interested in Elon Musk’s satellite internet service. In July last year, SpaceX said it was “in talks with several” airlines and that it was trying to “get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future.” A few months before that, the company sought FCC approval to provide service to moving vehicles such as planes, boats, and trucks. (CEO Elon Musk has said the equipment is currently too big to put on passenger cars, though that hasn’t stopped some people.) The WSJ reports that the regulator is allowing SpaceX to at least test its airplane-focused service but also says the company still needs approval from the FAA if it wants to actually sell the service.
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What are Delta Air Lines Executive Leaders saying about business performance?
Julie Stewart, VP of Investor Relations
Ed Bastian, CEO
Glen Hauenstein, President
Dan Janki, CFO
July 13, 2022 Earnings Call Excerpts
Comments from Ed Bastian, CEO:
"I'd like to sincerely apologize to those who have been impacted by cancellations, delays, and long wait times over the last two months. This quarter's operational performance has not been up to our industry-leading standards, and restoring operational excellence is our top priority."
"Since the start of 2021, we've hired 18,000 new employees and our active headcount is at 95% of 2019 levels, despite only restoring less than 85% of our capacity."
"Our revenues are far more diversified with much larger contributions from our premium product offerings and high-margin loyalty business as well as our growing MRO and cargo businesses."
"With our results in the first half of the year, we remain confident in our 2024 targets for earnings per share of over $7, more than $4 billion in free cash flow, and a return to investment-grade metrics."
Comments from Glen Hauenstein, President:
"The success of our customer-focused strategy and strength of the Delta brand is evident in strong June quarter results across our diverse revenue streams, including premium product outperformance and a record quarter for both Amex remuneration and cargo."
"Loyalty to the Delta brand is growing at record levels. We acquired another record number of new SkyMiles members in the quarter and achieved record spend and acquisitions on our Amex co-brand card. More than one in four new cards acquired were Platinum and Reserve cards."
Comments from Dan Janki, CFO:
"Our first half financial performance puts us ahead of our initial expectations at the start of the year, supporting our outlook for meaningful profitability in 2022. The exception to this outperformance is our nonfuel unit cost."
"We remain confident in our ability to meaningfully improve our unit cost as we rebuild capacity, improve efficiency, and run our operations in line with the Delta high standard. Now moving to fuel. Second quarter fuel expense increased nearly 60% sequentially on higher prices and volume"
"Our people will always be the Delta difference."
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How is Delta Air Lines performing financially?
|Fiscal Year Ends||31-Dec-21|
|Most Recent Quarter||31-Mar-22|
|Return on Assets||-0.69%|
|Return on Equity||29.77%|
|Revenue Per Share||55.16|
|Quarterly Revenue Growth||125.30%|
|Net Income Avi to Common||517M|
|Total Cash Per Share||15.6|
|Book Value Per Share||4.69|
Cash Flow Statement
|Operating Cash Flow||4.34B|
|Levered Free Cash Flow||-464.88M|
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What technology initiatives are underway at Delta Air Lines?
IT Business Analyst
UNITED STATES, GEORGIA, ATLANTA
Support the design, testing, implementation and ongoing maintenance for Delta HCM modules. This position is part of the HR ITSD team and will work in close collaboration with the business in HR. Provide functional support for the Delta SAP HCM system. Learn to design and implement functionality for required HR processes.Work with business and teams to gather end to end business requirements. Assist with production of high quality documentation, including business requirements, procedural documentation, operational and process flow documents, test scripts and communications. Support all aspect of testing activities, following the established change management process. Promote and implement efficiency within the Delta SAP HCM systems. Document complex interfaces to downstream systems. Troubleshoot, coach and provide general support and day-to-day issue resolution to end users in HR. Coordinate with HR, IT and vendors to accomplish shared goals and assist with delivery of HR Technology roadmap initiatives.
Technologies in Use: Microsoft Office including Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, Project and Visio, SAP HCM system
Delta Material Services Program Manager, Enterprise Applications
UNITED STATES, GEORGIA, ATLANTA
The Program Manager - Enterprise Applications is responsible to work closely with the DMS Internal teams such as Sales, Procurement, Repair, Inventory, Asset Monetization, Operations, Quality, Accounting and Delta IT to support the delivery of SAP functionalities required for Aviation parts trading business. This includes new functions development, Enhancements and Defect fix in an existing SAP ECC / SAP EWM system and support business users in achieving Business targets and Goals. Be a single point of contact taking full ownership to support DMS Business teams to use SAP ECC modules such as Sales and Distribution, Procurement, Sub-Contracting, Inventory Management, Cycle Count, SAP EWM Inbound receiving, Quality inspection, Work Center, Putway, EWM outbound Waves, Outbound Picking, Packing, Quality Inspection and Goods Issue process. Be a subject matter expert in developing and documenting Aviation Parts trading business requirements in Procurement, Repairs, Sales, Brokering, Consignment, Pricing, Exchanges, Invoice & Warranty process. Responsible in supporting the SAP Intercompany sale process between DMS and Delta Air Lines. Responsible in monitoring ECC/EWM inbound & Outbound queue and work with DMS Business teams and the Delta SAP team to resolve queue issues in a timely manner. Responsible for developing back log items for any SAP / EWM issues encountered during regular business and work with the SAP development team to deliver fixes. Support the Part Harvest tool and SAP Integrations for the Aircraft and Engine harvest process, including the dropship function for outside repair. Develop and Implement integrations between Salesforce and SAP ECC modules for Inventory, Pricing, Orders, Shipment, and the repair request process.
Technologies in Use: SAP ERP, SAP EWM application, SAP modules such as Sales and Distribution, Procurement, Good Receipt, Goods Return, Repair order (Sub-Contracting), Batch Managed inventory, Consignment, Invoice, Cycle Count and Warranty, SAP EWM Inbound, Outbound, and Internal processes, Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
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