Delta filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to launch daily daytime service between Tokyo-Haneda airport and Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, and Portland, Ore., as well as twice-daily service between Haneda and Honolulu. Continue reading Delta proposes flights between Haneda, Tokyo’s city airport, and 5 new U.S. cities
Delta customers travelling in the First Class cabin will soon have the option to choose their meal days in advance through the airline’s popular pre-select meal program. This move follows rave reviews from both customers and flight attendants on Delta One routes where pre-select has been initially offered. Continue reading Delta to give more customers the option to pick meals before they fly
Delta remains leader of the pack in operational performance through 2018
It was a banner operational year for Delta. The airline shattered records and topped performance charts for the better part of 2018, highlighted by a record 251 days without a mainline cancellation1.
Over the past couple of decades, most U.S. airlines have focused on transporting customers from point A to B in relative comfort. Delta wants to go beyond, hoping passengers will view it as a trusted consumer brand. If they do, Delta may be able to command an even bigger revenue premium over its competitors.
Delta will align the names of its boarding groups with its branded fare products, beginning January 23, 2019. With the move, the airline will no longer refer to its boarding groups as “zones.”
Traveling through Atlanta soon? Don’t miss the award-winning Delta Sky Club on Concourse B.
Delta Sky Club on Concourse B was recently named a 2018 Magellan Gold Award winner in the Airport Lounge Category by Travel Weekly – the first award for this Club. Delta was the only U.S. airline and one of only two winners that received the 2018 Magellan Gold Award in the Airport Lounge Category. Continue reading Atlanta’s Concourse B Delta Sky Club Recognized by Industry Experts as Top Airport Lounge in the U.S.
Following the announcement earlier in the year that Delta will be providing real-time tracking for unit load devices (ULDs), the offering has now been extended to cargo businesses based off airport. This will enable customers to have end-to-end tracking of the ULDs starting in their own warehouses throughout the journey to the final destination.
In a major development for the use of facial recognition technology at airports, Delta will enable the first fully biometric airport journeys in the U.S. in December. Continue reading Delta set to launch nation’s first ‘biometric terminal’ in Atlanta