Delta Air Lines Inc.’s financing of automated passport-control kiosks at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport cut wait times in half a month into their use, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection statistics.
U.S. stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index trimming a weekly decline, as optimism grew that the lawmakers would reach a deal to end the budget impasse and avoid a default on the federal debt.
HCP Inc., the largest U.S. health- care real estate investment trust by market value, said Lauralee Martin will become the third chief executive officer in its 28- year history, replacing James F. Flaherty.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is paying for the automated-passport machines that are coming to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport in an effort to cut wait times that can reach five hours for travelers from abroad.
Delta Air Lines Inc., the only major U.S. carrier without a Japanese partner, is pushing for more landing slots at Haneda airport near central Tokyo as United Continental Holdings Inc. seeks its first foothold there.
Japan Airlines Co. and ANA Holdings Inc.’s fight over additional slots at Tokyo’s Haneda airport, Asia’s second-busiest, is widening to include global airline partnerships seeking access to fly businesspeople right into the heart of the city.