Kelly Yamanouchi, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kelly Yamanouchi

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta, GA, United States

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  • Boston 25 News
  • WPXI
  • WSOCTV
  • ActionNewsJax
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • KIRO 7
  • MyAJC
  • Pioneer Press

Recent articles by Kelly:

Seven more TSA workers in Atlanta test positive for COVID-19

Seven more TSA employees at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport have tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

Delta Air Lines rolls out stricter mask enforcement

Delta Air Lines is rolling out stricter requirements that passengers wear masks or face coverings on flights. → Read More

Delta posts quarterly loss, 17,000 employees sign up for buyouts and early retirements

Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines booked a huge 2Q loss as traffic plunged. It plans to retire more planes and predicts a slow recovery. → Read More

Delta posts quarterly loss, 17,000 employees sign up for buyouts and early retirements – 95.5 WSB

Delta Air Lines had a $5.7 billion net loss for the second quarter and is cutting its workforce through buyouts and early retirements. → Read More

Few mandates for businesses when employees test positive for COVID-19

Businesses that have employees test positive for the coronavirus face limited federal and state mandates in Georgia. → Read More

Delta signs letter of intent for CARES Act loan

Delta Air Lines is among the carriers to sign letters of intent for CARES Act loans from the U.S. Treasury Department. → Read More

Body of newborn found in woods in Dawson County

The body of a newborn was found in the woods in Dawson County, according to the county sheriff. → Read More

Coronavirus cases in Georgia continue to grow

Coronavirus cases in Georgia continue to increase. → Read More

With AJC Peachtree Road Race postponed, police warn against running course July 4

With the AJC Peachtree Road Race postponed, police warn runners not to run the course of the race on the Fourth of July. → Read More

Fourth of July travelers at Hartsfield-Jackson to face new procedures

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has new measures for social distancing and sanitization due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

TSA closes Hartsfield-Jackson checkpoint after employee contracts COVID-19

The Transportation Security Administration closed a security checkpoint at Hartsfield-Jackson International after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

TSA readies for July 4 traffic bump even as travel restrictions expand

Travelers from Atlanta and Georgia must quarantine if they travel to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut because of coronavirus. → Read More

Delta to require health acknowledgment by customers at check-in

Delta Air Lines will require customers to complete a health acknowledgement process at check-in starting in mid-July. → Read More

Delta to warn 2,558 pilots of possible furloughs, seeks early retirements

Delta Air Lines is warning more than 2,500 of its pilots of potential furloughs and offering early retirements in order to cut its headcount. → Read More

Fourth of July could see travel bump despite restrictions, uncertainty

The Independence Day holiday is expected to boost travel to Atlanta and the Southeast, but the coronavirus is casting uncertainty. → Read More

Delta already has banned some passengers refusing to wear masks

Delta Air Lines has already banned some passengers for refusing to wear masks, in violation of its policy. → Read More

Hartsfield-Jackson faces hurdles enforcing masks in airport terminal

Airlines are stepping up mask requirements, but Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has its hands tied by Georgia executive order. → Read More

Airports seek to protect revenue from rental cars in Hertz bankruptcy

Hartsfield-Jackson International and other airports are seeking to protect their rental car revenue in the Hertz Corp. Chapter 11 bankruptcy case. → Read More

Metro Atlanta hotels see first signs of slow recovery

The Atlanta hotel industry has seen the first signs of what is expected to be a long, slow recovery. → Read More

Airlines gradually add back flights to Atlanta

Airlines are gradually adding back more flights to Atlanta. → Read More