LATAM will be the only airline operating a nonstop flight between Brazil and Los Angeles, where customers will have connections to the Delta hub’s most popular destinations on the West Coast of the United States, including San Francisco, Las Vegas and Seattle.
For Delta Air Lines customer Jeff Harper, one note made all the difference during one of the most challenging flights he’s ever faced. While Harper was at the gate waiting to board a flight from Detroit to Idaho, he received a call saying that Julie, his older sister and only sibling, lost her battle with cancer.
With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching and travel demand continuing to soar, Delta anticipates the airline will carry nearly 6 million customers from Nov. 18-29, averaging close to 500,000 customers per day.
Air travel can be a challenging experience for customers – especially those with cognitive disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder – but there are a number of resources available so it doesn’t have to be.
Delta Air Lines and the LATAM Group will work closely to create the leading airline partnership between the United States/Canada and South America (Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay) and connect the Americas to the world like never before
Delta expects to welcome 2.9 million customers over the Labor Day travel period, spanning over 25,000 flights worldwide as travel demand remains strong. Those projections cover the holiday travel period from Thursday, Sept. 1-Tuesday, Sept. 6, as U.S. travelers mark the unofficial end of summer
Delta will resume flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Tokyo International Airport (HND) beginning Oct. 30 in anticipation of Japan’s easing travel restrictions.