For digital transformation Delta Air Lines announced a multi-year agreement with IBM. As per agreement IBM will provide technology and industry expertise to modernize and migrate Delta’s applications to the public cloud.
- IBM will help lead Delta to the public cloud, in order to increase its agility, speed to market and innovation capabilities around digital transformation.
- IBM will transform Delta’s computing environment to run on a hybrid cloud architecture built on Red Hat OpenShift, enabling a consistent, standards-based approach to development, security and operations across clouds.
The major expansions and acquisitions by Delta Air Lines are mentioned below:
February 2020: Delta Air Lines announced a commitment of $1 billion over the next 10 years on its journey to mitigate all emissions from its global business going forward. The airline announced that it will invest in driving innovation, accelerating the reduction of carbon emissions and waste, advancing clean air travel technologies, and establishing new projects to mitigate the balance of emissions.
January 2020: Delta Air Lines announced a multi-year collaboration with IBM by joining the IBM Q Network to explore the potential capabilities of quantum computing to transform experiences for customers and employees.
January 2020: Delta Air Lines announced the opening of its flagship store on Fliggy, a leading online travel service platform in China. Delta in the new flagship store, provides customers with seamless airline retailing experience and attractive promotions to customers.
December 2019: Delta Air Lines has announced the acquisition of 20% equity stake in LATAM Airlines Group S.A for approximately $1.9 billion, an important milestone toward bringing together the leading airlines in North and South America.
About Delta Air Lines
Delta headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the USA, is a global airline leader in innovation, products, services, reliability and customer experience. The company has more than 80,000 employees around the world. Delta serves approximately 200 million people every year on more than 5,000 daily departures across its industry-leading global network to nearly 300 destinations in about 50 countries of the world.