Delta Air Lines Extends Military Hosting

Delta Air Lines will host active United States military personnel
traveling now through the duration of the U.S. military`s Operation Iraqi
Freedom Rest and Relaxation (R&R) program in its Crown Room Clubs
worldwide. Delta initially opened its clubs to military travelers during
the December holidays as an expression of thanks for their service to our

Eligible military personnel are those traveling under the terms of the R&R
program. In addition to hosting U.S. troops in Crown Room Clubs worldwide,
Delta was the first airline to introduce a mileage donation program,
SkyMiles(R) for Heroes, in support of the military`s R&R program. More
than 240 million miles have been donated to the program by Delta and its
SkyMiles members since it was announced in October 2003.

With a variety of travel services including personalized flight
assistance, fully-stocked complimentary bars, high-speed WI-FI internet
access, free local telephone calls, fax machines, satellite TV and more,
Crown Room Club amenities provide passengers a differentiated travel
experience. To learn more about Crown Room Clubs or to become a member, go
to or visit one of the lounges.

Delta Air Lines, the world`s second largest airline in terms of passengers
carried and the leading U.S. carrier across the Atlantic, offers 7,318
flights each day to 487 destinations in 82 countries on Delta, Song, Delta
Shuttle, Delta Connection and Delta`s worldwide partners. Delta is a
founding member of SkyTeam, a global airline alliance that provides
customers with extensive worldwide destinations, flights and services. For
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