The Delta-Aeromexico JCA will expand its operations between Mexico and the United States, increasing flights and capacity. This announcement follows the FAA restoring Mexico’s Category 1 rating.
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Delta has updated its wine program, adding 17 wines to its rotational in-flight menu. The diverse selection of the new wine service came after vetting more than 1300 wine candidates.
With the onset of the fall season, Delta Air Lines is revamping its in-flight menu. Enjoy sipping on a new seasonal beer or indulging in dishes reminiscent of renowned restaurants while cruising at 35,000 feet. Welcome to Delta’s upgraded food and beverage service. Let’s dig in.
As frequent flyers, staying updated with loyalty program changes is essential to maximize benefits. Delta’s SkyMiles Program has recently undergone some significant changes, aiming to… Read More »Delta’s Changes to SkyMiles Program: What You Need to Know
Delta Air Lines has announced plans to broaden its flight offerings to China for the upcoming winter season. The expansion will significantly increase connectivity between the US and China, serving as a boon for travelers between the two nations.
In an ambitious expansion drive, Delta has bolstered its Winter Schedule for Latin American and Caribbean destinations by injecting an additional 35,000 seats. This significant… Read More »Delta Adds 35K Seats to Latin America and Caribbean Flights
The new feature is part of the Fly Delta app transformation into a digital concierge. The launch comes on heels of the global airline’s vision for the future of travel outlined at CES 2020.
Together, Delta and LATAM will create a comprehensive combined carrier network throughout the Americas. Customers will benefit from expanded travel choices across the Americas and increasingly seamless customer experience, including reciprocal loyalty program benefits.
Delta and Aeromexico are expanding their joint cooperation by better integrating their systems and services to offer their customers a seamless travel experience.
Delta Airlines continues its investment in the Asia-Pacific market by introducing regionally-sourced cuisine on flights from Asia.
Delta Air Lines has apologised for the erroneous posting of a placard which suggested that the laptop ban might extend to all international flights into… Read More »Delta Apologises for Erroneous Laptop Ban Placard
In the aftermath of the United Airlines fiasco this week, some large U.S. carriers have reacted by notifying the public of more generous policies for those moments when their flights are overbooked. This PR effort might backfire.
This year gave us plenty to write about in the airline space. Among all the stories of technology, regulations, profits and amenities, two aircraft interiors programs stood out as big surprises.
The consultancy recognises airlines which ”have shown the greatest prowess in ancillary revenue, a la carte pricing, and loyalty marketing” during 2016.
Delta Air Lines has revealed its new Premium Economy cabin, designed to harmonise with its Economy and Economy+ Product, as well as the new Delta Business Class suites.
Delta Air Lines reports advances to its Airport Terminal update and expansion plan at Los Angeles Airport (LAX).
The Los Angeles City Council has approved Delta’s lease and license agreement which will allow the airline to relocate to Terminals 2 and 3 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), as part of a $1.9 billion plan to upgrade and connect the complex.
Delta and Virgin Atlantic have announced that they will fully co-locate at Heathrow Terminal 3, to offer seamless service to their mutual trans-Atlantic customers.
Delta has announced it will is double its services to Scotland for Summer of next year. For Outlander fans, this means plenty of time to plan that great Highland adventure.
After selling an Economy product with a few inches as a Plus and achieving only moderate load factors, Delta Air Lines’ CEO advised reporters at… Read More »BAM! It’s A True Premium Economy World After All, Delta CEO Says
Delta is on an aircraft buying spree and Airbus is the latest manufacturer to benefit from its shopping frenzy.
Following yesterday’s announcement of the largest Bombardier CS-100 series order placed by any airline, valued by the manufacturer at $5.6 Billion in list prices, Delta has just announced an order for 37 New A320.
Delta Air Lines has confirmed that it placed an order for 75 fuel-efficient Bombardier C-Series CS-100 Aircraft, as part of its narrow body fleet renewal program, with an option for another 50 C-Series aircraft and flexibility to substitute the larger CS300 aircraft.
Delta becomes the U.S. launch customer for the aircraft, and this represents the largest order Bombardier has received for this aircraft model.
Delta Airlines and Air France/KLM’s low-fares airline brand Transavia have forged a new codeshare partnership which expands the destinations available to U.S. travellers visiting Europe.
Pending government approval, Delta customers flying on any of Delta’s 19 peak-day to Amsterdam can connect with Transavia to ten destinations, under a Delta booking number.
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