Delta is forging its way to full network restoration, announcing new routes to Auckland and Nice and added frequency to Paris and Tel Aviv. This new slate of routes are in addition to the destinations announced last fall to Edinburgh, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Geneva and Stuttgart, many routes that have not been flown since pre-pandemic.
Delta Air Lines has reported financial results for the December quarter and full year 2022 and provided its outlook for the March quarter 2023.
Delta will offer fast, free Wi-Fi in partnership with T-Mobile to all customers on board most domestic mainline flights beginning Feb. 1 – the first major U.S. airline to offer free Wi-Fi as a core element of its customer experience
Delta is returning to CES in 2023 to shine a spotlight on the power of human connection and show how the airline is harnessing the power of people, personalization and innovation to build a more connected travel journey and sustainable world
Delta people are ready to help customers safely get to their destinations as quickly as possible through the challenges presented by weather.
Just in time for the holidays and the upcoming carnival season, Delta Air Lines resumed its popular seasonal route between its Atlanta hub and Rio de Janeiro’s Galeão International Airport (GIG) this week.
In preparation for a planned industrial action in Belgium, Delta and its joint venture partner KLM have issued a travel waiver for all customers traveling to and from Brussels.
Delta will now begin interviewing and extending conditional job offers to retiring full-time, active-duty military and full-time Active Guard Reserve members as early as 24 months before their retirement date, expanded from six months.
Members of Delta SkyMiles and Starbucks® Rewards can turn their next coffee occasion into their next travel adventure with a new loyalty benefits partnership that lets customers unlock even more ways to earn rewards.
Delta Air Lines reported financial results for the September quarter 2022 and provided its outlook for the December quarter 2022.
Delta is collaborating with MIT on a quest to prevent persistent contrails, which are roughly 10% of all contrails and create long-standing clouds that trap heat and warm the earth. If successful, this work could drive significant progress quickly in reducing the climate impact of aviation by preventing the creation of persistent contrail formations altogether.