Delta Air Lines will be the only airline to offer customers nonstop service to five continents from metropolitan New York.
TOKYO, Aug. 7, 2003—Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today announced it will introduce its custom-designed Boeing 777 aircraft on daily flights between Tokyo’s Narita Airport and Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport beginning in January 2004.
Delta Air Lines SkyMiles members now can take advantage of Deltaå‘s self-service online check-in product at delta.com between 24 hours and 30 minutes prior to scheduled departure for all United States-operated Delta, Delta Connection, Delta Express and Delta Shuttle flights. Previously, delta.com check-in was available up to six hours prior to departure.
ATLANTA, Aug. 29, 2002—Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) today announced the grand prize winners of the airline’s SkyBonus travel agent and corporate account contests. The contests were offered to celebrate the launch of Delta’s SkyBonus program in the United States designed to reward small- to medium-sized businesses for their Delta travel.
Delta Airlines customers can enjoy more convenient travel and faster airport check-ins by having their luggage or sports equipment picked up at home or office and delivered to their travel destination.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) today introduced a two-day-only sale for travel at exceptional discounts to destinations in Europe, India, Japan, Latin America and the Caribbean. The special fares are available for travel in the Coach cabin or in Business Class. Tickets must be purchased by Aug. 8, 2002.
United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Northwest Airlines and Continental Airlines today announced their partnership in a new independently owned travel Web site. The new site, the first multi-airline travel portal, will provide customers with convenient online access to airline, hotel, car rental and other travel services in addition to Internet offers.