Delta employees earn $506M in profit sharing for 2013

Fourth consecutive year airline pays profit sharing
Delta Air Lines headquarters in Atlanta

Delta Air Lines headquarters in Atlanta / Photo by Bud (Flickr)

ATLANTA—Delta Air Lines paid its employees Friday more than a half-billion dollars in earned profit sharing—the highest payout in company history—in recognition for their industry-leading performance in 2013. Employees’ individual payouts will equal 8.26 percent of their eligible 2013 earnings.

“Thank you to Delta’s nearly 80,000 people worldwide who made 2013 a banner year for Delta through the strong work ethic and values they demonstrate every day,” said Delta CEO Richard Anderson. “This year’s profit sharing payment is a reflection of their hard work and of our conviction that if we take care of our employees, they take care of our customers and that enables our shareowners to succeed.”

Along with base pay, Delta provides employees with additional compensation elements like profit sharing, designed to allow employees to earn more when the company performs well. Additionally, Delta employees can earn monthly bonuses for meeting corporate operational goals throughout the year, known as Shared Rewards.

In 2013, Delta employees help achieve the corporate financial and operational goals earning $91.7 million in Shared Rewards, which, combined with profit sharing, totals $598 million in bonus performance pay for the year. Delta has paid out nearly $1.7 billion in profit sharing and Shared Rewards during the past four years.

Today, hundreds of employee celebrations are happening at Delta facilities across its global network.

Delta Air Lines serves nearly 165 million customers each year. Additional information is available on

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