Delta Begins Redevelopment of Terminal A at Boston`s Logan International Airport

Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) today announced it
will move forward with the $400 million redevelopment of Terminal A at
Boston`s Logan International Airport to enhance travel for customers in
Boston and the Northeast. To facilitate customer service during the
redevelopment project, Delta Shuttle operations will relocate from
Terminal A to Terminal B, starting April 7, 2002.

Delta Shuttle`s new gates on Terminal B will offer easy access to
passengers parking their cars or being dropped off at curbside. Located
directly across from the Central Parking Lot, Delta Shuttle will continue
to be the first stop for Massport transit and the first terminal stop on
the airport access roadway. All Delta Shuttle amenities and services, such
as self-service kiosks, streamlined check-in, as well as complimentary
newspapers and magazines, will continue to be offered in Terminal B.

Delta, Delta Express, Delta Connection carriers and international
codeshare flights will remain in Terminal C. Customers also will continue
to have access to Delta`s Crown Room Club in Terminal C.

In 1999, Delta made a strategic decision to increase its presence at
Boston, announcing a $400 million investment to upgrade and expand its
Terminal A facility. Estimated for completion in 2005, Delta`s Terminal A
will offer passengers a modern, state-of-the-art, customer-friendly
facility featuring improved access, expanded gate areas and enhanced
technology at ticket counters and gates to expedite check-in. Delta will
consolidate all of its operations in the new terminal which will be used
exclusively by Delta customers.