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Delta Air Lines Inc. Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian weighs in on a simmering debate about the proper protocol when reclining one’s seat on a flight.Delta Air Lines Inc. Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian weighs in on a simmering debate about the proper protocol when reclining one’s seat on a flight.

Delta’s CEO offers a simple solution to the raging debate over reclining seats on airplanes - MarketWatch

"The proper thing to do is if you're going to recline into somebody that you ask if it's OK first and then you do it," Bastian told CNBC."The proper thing to do is if you're going to recline into somebody that you ask if it's OK first and then you do it," Bastian told CNBC.

Delta CEO Ed Bastian: Passengers should ask permission before reclining - Business Insider

Carbon emissions from air travel are expected to triple by 2050.Carbon emissions from air travel are expected to triple by 2050.

Delta Will Spend $1 Billion To Go Carbon Neutral As Air Travel Becomes More Popular Than Ever

“Delta’s tall CEO, Ed Bastian, would like you to please consider the concerns of the talls before reclining. https://t.co/T3azBowWj5”

Josh Barro on Twitter: "Delta’s tall CEO, Ed Bastian, would like you to please consider the concerns of the talls before reclining. https://t.co/T3azBowWj5"

“I like walking through the airports and looking at the destinations on the kiosk. Daydreaming of places I want to go! Sometimes I miss living in the #912 Fun fact, when I was on active duty, in the @USArmy, I wanted to join @NASCAR and travel the US with them. 🤔 #travel @Delta”

James Craigmyle on Twitter: "I like walking through the airports and looking at the destinations on the kiosk. Daydreaming of places I want to go! Sometimes I miss living in the #912 Fun fact, when I was on active duty, in the @USArmy, I wanted to join @NASCAR and travel the US with them. 🤔 #travel @Delta… https://t.co/3m9AlLwEQ2"

“Brilliant to see @VirginAtlantic’s partners @Delta pledging $1 billion to become the world’s first carbon-neutral airline https://t.co/8qQaeRqAXg”

Richard Branson on Twitter: "Brilliant to see @VirginAtlantic’s partners @Delta pledging $1 billion to become the world’s first carbon-neutral airline https://t.co/8qQaeRqAXg"

“Wild move by the CEO of @Delta https://t.co/ND6QMWpc95”

Trysta Krick on Twitter: "Wild move by the CEO of @Delta https://t.co/ND6QMWpc95"

In the wake of a viral video showing a woman on an American Airlines flight who reclined her seat only to have the male passenger behind her repeatedly punch her seat, an airline CEO is now weighing in. Speaking on CNBC’s Squawk Box this Friday, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said that “customers have the right to recline.” […]

Airline CEO suggests passengers request permission to recline in order to avoid lawsuits – Raw Story

Yesterday, the internet was split asunder by a great moral conundrum over a viral video of a man punching a woman’s seat when she tried to recline. Some people took the man’s side—tall people have knees and it’s rude to recline! Others took the woman’s side—she paid for her seat, and has every right! Well everybody step aside because Delta CEO Ed Bastian has an opinion and officially weighed in on the matter. Yesterday, the internet was split asunder by a great moral conundrum over a viral video of a man punching a woman’s seat when she tried to recline. Some people took the man’s side—tall people have knees and it’s rude to recline! Others took the woman’s side—she paid for her seat, and has every right! Well everybody step aside because Delta CEO Ed Bastian has an opinion and officially weighed in on the matter.

Delta CEO Gives Milquetoast Answer to Airplane Recline Debate

BP isn't the only company hoping to go carbon neutral despite its dependence on fossil fuels. Delta has unveiled a goal to become the first carbon neutral airl...BP isn't the only company hoping to go carbon neutral despite its dependence on fossil fuels. Delta has unveiled a goal to become the first carbon neutral airl...

Delta hopes to be the first carbon neutral airline | Engadget

Delta Air Lines has announced that it will pay $1.6 billion in profit sharing to its worldwide employees.…

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Delta will spend $1 billion over the next 10 years to cancel out its greenhouse gas emissions. It’s a major commitment to tackle climate change from one of the world’s biggest airlines.It’s one of the most ambitious climate commitments ever made by an airline.

Delta is going carbon neutral - The Verge

Delta just threw down a carbon-neutral pledge at a first-class price: $1 billion over ten years. Is it a realistic ambition, or a pie-in-the-sky dream?Delta just threw down a carbon-neutral pledge at a first-class price: $1 billion over ten years. Is it a realistic ambition, or a pie-in-the-sky dream?

Uh, Delta Just Threw Down a $1 Billion Carbon-Neutral Pledge

Delta just threw down a carbon-neutral pledge at a first-class price: $1 billion over ten years. Is it a realistic ambition, or a pie-in-the-sky dream?Delta just threw down a carbon-neutral pledge at a first-class price: $1 billion over ten years. Is it a realistic ambition, or a pie-in-the-sky dream?

Uh, Delta Just Threw Down a $1 Billion Carbon-Neutral Pledge

Delta Airlines has announced its intentions to be the first carbon-neutral airline in the world; starting next month.…

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