Today, customers of Delta Air
Lines and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will benefit through a reciprocal
interline electronic ticketing product. KLM joins a growing list of
carriers with whom Delta has an interline electronic ticketing agreement,
including Aeromexico, Air France, Alaska Air, American, ATA, Continental,
Hawaiian, Northwest, United and US Airways. “Working with KLM in this way further extends electronic ticketing
convenience to customers who travel on Delta and KLM in the same
itinerary,” said Pam Elledge, vice president - Delta Sales & Distribution.
“Further electronic ticketing enhancements ensure customers enjoy
worry-free and seamless travel on Delta and other carriers.” The Delta/KLM
interline electronic ticketing agreement represents Delta’s 11th such
relationship, and the airline plans to extend interline ET to additional
SkyTeam and other interline carriers throughout 2004 and 2005.
Electronic ticketing complements other ways passengers can speed through
the airport on flight day, including online check-in from home on
delta.com, speedy kiosks in airport lobbies and Delta Direct, and the
airline’s industry- leading phone bank waiting for customers in airport
lobbies and gate areas across the United States.