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Delta connects generations, cultures with WWII veterans charter to Normandy

Delta makes its historic landing in Normandy and is welcomed with a water cannon salute. What does it mean to say no one better connects the world? It means fostering the Delta Difference on a global scale across generations, cultures, faiths, nationalities and beliefs. It means pulling out all the stops – in conjunction with […]

What’s ahead for Delta Sky Clubs

Delta is building more state-of-the-art Delta Sky Clubs and expanding existing Clubs to deliver an even more premium experience for guests looking to relax and recharge during travel. “We’re creating best-in-class experiences in our lounges that make every Club a sought-after part of the travel journey,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. […]

Delta contributes more than $1M to Ukraine relief, opens giving channels for customers

Delta Air Lines has contributed $1 million to the American Red Cross and Global Red Cross Movement in support of humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine, which are delivering needed supplies, first aid training, evacuation assistance and more. The airline also has given $100,000 to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to assist in providing humanitarian […]

At Delta’s Seattle hub, a new experience for international travelers

Delta has been closely engaged with the Port of Seattle on the construction of the International Arrivals Facility since teams broke ground in 2017. With this new facility, international customers arriving at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will get to experience more comfort and convenience than ever before. International customers arriving at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will soon […]

Major airport upgrades to debut at three Delta hubs

This year, Delta will unveil several major airport infrastructure milestones as part of its $12 billion, decade-long effort to modernize the customer experience on the ground. Here’s a look at improvements coming to our Seattle, Los Angeles and New York-LGA hubs, just in time for the summer travel season. Delta’s been busy building the airports […]

Delta Air Lines orders 30 additional Airbus A321neo aircraft

Delta Air Lines has ordered 30 additional Airbus A321neo aircraft to help meet the airline’s future fleet requirements. The newly-ordered aircraft are in addition to the airline’s existing orders for 125 of the type, bringing the outstanding orders from Delta to a total of 155 A321neos. “Adding these aircraft strengthens Delta’s commitment to replacing older […]

Delta to add Airbus, Boeing aircraft to fleet amid travel demand recovery

Delta has entered into agreements to add 29 used Boeing 737-900ERs and lease seven used Airbus A350-900s as it continues to streamline and modernize its fleet. The 36 additional aircraft will improve fuel efficiency and enhance the customer experience, while supporting Delta’s fleet renewal strategy focused on simplification, scale, size and sustainability. “These aircraft are an investment in Delta’s […]

New Delta Sky Club coming to Haneda in time for Tokyo Olympics

Delta has begun construction this week on its new Delta Sky Club at the former TIAT Lounge Annex on the fifth floor of the International Terminal at Haneda International Airport. The nearly 9,000 square foot Club is located close to gates where Delta flights will depart to seven of its U.S. gateways including Atlanta, Detroit, […]

Delta teams carry 13,000 pounds of supplies to Bahamas, 100 evacuees to Nassau

Delta carried more than 13,000 pounds of supplies from Atlanta and Fort Lauderdale to the Bahamas on Sunday and Monday. Delta completed two humanitarian flights from Marsh Harbour to Nassau, carrying more than 100 evacuees. Regular Bahamas flight schedules have resumed with the exception of Marsh Harbour, which remains closed.  After Hurricane Dorian left behind devastated communities […]

Delta relief flight to Bahamas evacuates Dorian survivors, delivers 4,700 pounds of supplies

Delta Flight 9994 departed Ft. Lauderdale Sunday morning, landing at 10:59 a.m. at the Marsh Harbour Airport to deliver 4,700 pounds of critical supplies. Once supplies were unloaded, the flight departed for Nassau with 72 evacuees. Supplies delivered onboard the MD-88 include non-perishable food, water, diapers, formula, underwear and socks for survivors. In coordination with the […]