Delta, Aeromexico Offer Benefits of Interline ET

Now more international
customers will enjoy the ease and convenience of paperless ticket travel
as Delta Air Lines welcomes Aeromexico as its second SkyTeam interline
electronic ticketing (ET) partner. The new ET benefit applies to customers worldwide traveling in ET-eligible
markets who book Delta and Aeromexico in the same itinerary. Delta
announced interline ET with Air France in April and plans to deliver
future agreements with remaining SkyTeam partners by early 2005.

“Interline electronic ticketing creates such convenience and flexibility
for our customers,” said Pam Elledge, vice president - Delta Sales &
Distribution. “It’s another customer technological innovation focusing on
fast, easy, handy options for booking and ticketing with Delta. Delta
plans to speed additional electronic ticketing forward at an accelerated
pace.”

Electronic ticketing complements other ways passengers can speed through
the airport, including delta.com online check-in from home or work, speedy
self-service kiosks in U.S. airport lobbies, and Delta Direct. Delta
Direct is the airline’s industry-leading phone bank for assisting
customers with ticket transactions in airport lobbies and gate areas
across the United States. Delta, together with SkyTeam partner Aeromexico
and codeshare Aerolitoral, offers 218 daily departures to 31 cities in
Mexico.

Interline ETs can be issued by Delta, Air France, Aeromexico, Aerolitoral,
Alaska, American, ATA, Continental, Hawaiian, Northwest, United and US
Airways through their individual reservation centers, airports and ticket
office locations. This product is available for all flights in ET-eligible
markets, including Delta Connection, Delta Shuttle, Song,
AmericanConnection, Brit Air, Chicago Express Airlines, Cityjet, Horizon
Air, Regional, Northwest Airlink and United Express flights. Delta,
Continental, Northwest or Air France codeshare flights also are
ET-eligible.
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