Delta Air Lines’ (NYSE: DAL) Electronic Timetables, downloadable easy-to-use travel planning applications available on delta.com, now are available for Pocket PC devices. Electronic Timetables enable customers to conveniently search scheduled flights and plan itineraries without an Internet connection. Additionally, flight schedules are now available in Adobe Acrobat’s PDF format, which is compatible with most computing devices.
“Making Delta’s flight schedules available in multiple formats means more customers can find scheduled flights and plan itineraries quickly and easily - whether they’re sitting at their desk or on the way to the airport,” said Steve Scheper, Delta’s managing director of e-business, business-to-consumer.
The Electronic Timetables allow customers to enter dates and destinations to view possible flight itineraries. The applications automatically build flight connections when needed.
Updated monthly, Electronic Timetables also are available in formats compatible with Windows and Palm operating systems.
Delta.com puts customers in control with services and information that increase convenience and efficiency in their travel experience - from desktop to destination. The Spring 2002 U.S. Airlines Competitive Summary ranked delta.com No. 1 in every category including frequency of use and customer preference . Delta.com offers customers the ability to purchase the lowest fares and critical travel information, as well as access other air travel management services,. At the site, customers can select or change a seating assignment, view estimated airport wait times, and sign-up to receive flight status notifications via e-mail or mobile device. SkyMiles members can also check-in, print boarding passes, manage their SkyMiles account, and redeem frequent flier miles. Research, stand-by and confirmation of upgrades are available online to Medallion members.