BY STEPHEN BRETZGER Associated Press file FAA logo changed to honor Alitalia Airlines founder, Alitala CEO article A new logo for Delta Airlines was unveiled Thursday by Alitalo Airlines, which is owned by Alitaro.
The airline’s logo features a large “D” next to the “D”, which is the name of Alitalós parent company.
Alitalo is a Spanish-language airline company with a fleet of about 800 planes.
It operates mainly in the Latin America and the Caribbean, with a focus on charter flights, and also has an international business.
The logo also shows an eagle on an alpaca with the letter “A” above the tail.
The Alitalos logo is one of the most popular for its graphic style, and its “airline” prefixes have also become synonymous with the airline.
The company’s parent company, Al-Khalifa, was founded in 1932 by brothers Abdallah and Hisham Abdallah, and it owns or operates about 70 percent of Delta.
Delta’s logo shows an Alitalian flag next to a bird with the word “Delta” in a circle.
The eagle is in the upper right corner.
(Photo: Alitalas logo)Alitalos shares soared to a record high on Thursday, reaching a record $3.9 billion in the first quarter of 2018.
Al-Khanifa was founded by the former head of Qatar Airways, and was the first airline to have a direct flight from Doha to London from Qatar.
It’s the largest airline in the Gulf, but it also has limited operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Delta is a subsidiary of United Continental Holdings Inc., which is a division of United Airlines, and is headquartered in Atlanta.
United has about 740 planes in service in the United States.