INVESTOR RELATIONS FAQS

Delta Common Stock

  • On Which Exchange Is Delta's Common Stock Listed? 

    Delta stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DAL.

Stockholder Information

  • Does Delta Issue Quarterly Financial Reports?

    Yes. Delta does issue printed quarterly reports. They are also available online by selecting SEC Filings.

  • When Is Delta's Fiscal Year?

    Delta's fiscal year begins January 1 and ends December 31.

  • I Own Shares Of The New Common Stock. How Do I Transfer My Stock Or Change My Address With The Transfer Agent?

    Registered shareowner inquiries regarding stock transfers, address changes, lost stock certificates, dividend payments or account consolidations should contact:

    Wells Fargo Shareowner Servicessm
    Shareowner Relations Department
    P.O. Box 64854
    St. Paul, MN 55164-0854
    800-259-2345
    651-450-4064
    www.wellsfargo.com/shareownerservices

  • How do I access information about my shares?

    Wells Fargo provides registered shareholders with information such as share balance, lost stock certificates, and dividend payments via www.shareowneronline.com.

    Note: The Wells Fargo's web site is not maintained by Delta Air Lines.

    You can also contact Wells Fargo by sending any questions to the following address:

    Wells Fargo Shareowner Servicessm
    Shareowner Relations Department
    P.O. Box 64854
    St. Paul, MN 55164-0854
    800-259-2345
    651-450-4064

  • Who is Delta's Independent Public Accountant?

    Ernst & Young, LLP
    55 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard
    Suite 1000
    Atlanta, GA  30308

Merger Information

  • How Many Shares Of Delta Stock Did I Receive For Each Share Of Northwest?

    Northwest stockholders received 1.25 shares of Delta common stock for each share of Northwest common stock they held.  This exchange ratio was fixed and was not adjusted to reflect stock price changes prior to the closing of the merger.

  • How Do I Exchange My Northwest Shares For Delta Shares?                                  

    Shortly after the closing of the merger, Northwest stockholders who held physical certificates were required to turn in those certificates in exchange for shares of Delta common stock.  Delta’s exchange agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, sent former Northwest stockholders a letter of transmittal and instructions explaining what they must do to exchange their Northwest stock certificates for shares of Delta.  Northwest stockholders who hold in uncertificated form received notification that their shares were automatically converted to Delta common stock. 

  • I am a Northwest bankruptcy claimant (disputed claims). When will my claim be settled and from whom will I receive my shares?

    The disputed claims are currently in litigation.  Once your claim is settled, you will receive shares of Delta common stock from Delta.  The timing and amount of the distributions are uncertain.

  • I had a Northwest bond and received my initial shares. When and from whom will I receive my additional shares? 

    Once all the Northwest disputed claims are settled you may receive an additional distribution of shares in accordance with Northwest’s Plan of Reorganization.   The timing and amounts of any future distributions are uncertain. The distribution would be in shares of Delta common stock and would come from Delta.

  • Who Do I Contact For More Information About Exchanging My Northwest Shares?

    Wells Fargo Shareowner Servicessm
    Shareowner Relations Department
    P.O. Box 64854
    St. Paul, MN 55164-0854
    800-259-2345
    651-450-4064

  • Who Do I Contact For More Information Regarding My Delta Shares?

    Wells Fargo Shareowner Servicessm
    Shareowner Relations Department
    P.O. Box 64854
    St. Paul, MN 55164-0854
    800-259-2345
    651-450-4064