Crude's wild volatility has created some serious turbulence for the airline industry.
As crude oil prices have rapidly declined this year, airline stocks as a whole have underperformed. The XAL, the index that tracks the sector, is down 16 percent year to date, this as the broader S&P 500 is down less than 5 percent in the same period. Crude oil is down 18 percent in 2015.
"All of the airlines have underperformed the market year-to-date despite oil being so weak," technician Carter Worth said Friday on CNBC's "Options Action." But for Worth, there's one name in the space that could be poised to break out: Delta.