The owners of two Omni hotels in Atlanta are closing for the summer after their owners were killed in a plane crash last week.
The Omni hotel, which opened in 2009, is owned by Delta Air Lines.
The other Omni hotel is owned and operated by the National City-based Omni Hotel Group.
The owners have been unable to reach a deal to reopen the Omni hotels, according to an Atlanta Business Chronicle report on Friday.
It was unclear how the owners of the Omni and Delta hotels were related.
The Delta hotel was not damaged in the crash, but the Omni hotel was.
It’s not known whether the Omni would reopen after the deaths.
Delta, which operates the Atlanta Braves, is a major player in the hotel industry, with hotels in major cities including New York, Chicago and Miami.
The Atlanta-based company has operated the Omni since 2009.
Delta also operates several other hotels in Georgia, including the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, the Atlanta Hyatt Regency, the Marriott Atlanta, the Marriotts at Marriot, and the Atlanta Sheraton.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday afternoon.
Delta’s parent company, Delta Air Services, said in a statement that it “condemns this tragedy” and is cooperating with authorities.
The crash on Wednesday left three people dead and more than 100 injured.
The National Transportation Safety Board said the pilots of the aircraft involved were traveling from Atlanta to New York.
The pilot was not injured, the NTSB said.