Delta Air Lines is bringing brand new cabins to UK skies in November with the launch of its new business class seat, offering more comfort and privacy. At the same time, the Atlanta, Georgia-based carrier will introduce its international premium economy cabin, Delta Premium Select.
Socks, an eye shade for that all-important rest on an overnight flight, and a toothbrush to refresh before landing. There are some things frequent fliers just can’t do without in their airline amenity kit.
Delta Air Lines has taken delivery of its first A330-900, one of 35 A330neos the Atlanta, Georgia-based airline has on order. Delta was the launch customer for the A330-900, ordering 25 in November 2014 and an additional ten last year.
The flight, which will operate daily during the summer, complements Delta’s existing Edinburgh-New York-JFK service which will become year-round in 2019, and means the airline offers two nonstop connections between the capital and United States every day this summer.
To commemorate the first anniversary of the partnership between Korean Air and Delta Air Lines, both airlines have unveiled a joint advertisement campaign, Greater One, that runs until July.
The first flight, operated as part of a joint venture with Delta Air Lines, was saluted by a water cannon on arrival and celebrated in speeches by airline and government officials.
Virgin Atlantic and Delta have announced plans to grow at London Gatwick – with the introduction of two new routes to Boston Logan and New York JFK from summer 2020.
Travel Portland and Delta Air Lines have come on board as official partners of adidas City Runs – 1 Hour, organisers CSM Active have announced.
The UK-based low-cost carrier has been in talks with Delta Air Lines and Italian railway company Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane about a possible deal to take-over the stricken carrier.
Gate Gourmet will be servicing Delta as its exclusive partner at 45 locations across North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific for the next five years.
Over the next three years the carrier will take delivery of 222 planes, with a further 108 slated to arrive in the following years – some 330 in total.
Delta Air Lines and easyJet have confirmed they are in talks over the future of Alitalia. The American carrier and UK-based low-cost airline confirmed they have linked with Italy’s state-backed railway company Ferrovie dello Stato to examine a bid for the flag-carrier.