Access + $$$ + Control
Through ownership stakes (equity stakes), Delta gains control and access to tighter coordination. Equity can mean a seat on the board of directors, allowing for influence into how the partner runs its business. Equity stakes are often combined with joint ventures for sharing revenue. Visit the Scope Scorecard page to review ownership stakes.
There is a potential for income as a shareholder and if this income is realized, it has to be reported, and would be available for profit sharing payout.
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In his Thanksgiving letter, MEC Chairman Ryan Schnitzler lauds the DOTs ruling on the Blue Skies JV adding a labor provision protecting US- pilot jobs.
Transatlantic JV, Video 2 recaps MOU 14, Delta’s response to the financial crisis, its decreasing share of Transatlantic flying, the addition of Alitalia and the events that led to MEC Grievance 15-01.
This is the first video in this three-part series where we explore the history of the transatlantic JV and Delta Pilots ever declining share of JV flying.
Delta flying balance temporarily improves as Aeromexico and WestJet ground their 737MAX fleet
October 2, 2019 19-05 More on Delta's Investment in LATAM Delta intends to form a South American Joint...
October 3, 2019 19-29 Arbitrator Upholds ALPA’s Aeromexico JV Scope Grievance The arbitrator who heard the...
See how Delta’s Pacific Block Hours have declined over the past five years and see the “Pacific Growth” in context.
Read about the current transatlantic joint venture between Delta, Air France / KLM, and Alitalia.
The Delta MEC registered its serious concerns with the DOT about the potential of the Aeromexico JV to effectively outsource flying to a foreign partner
Skift recently covered Delta pilots' scope concerns especially on Transatlantic Routes. Click here to read more: https://skift.com/2019/08/23/delta-pilots-upset-that-primo-routes-to-europe-are-going-to-foreign-partners/