Introduction to Delta Air Lines
American airline giant Delta has its origin as a small fleet of aerial crop dusters known as Huff Daland Dusters, created in 1924. Delta Air Lines is now among the world's leading airlines serving approximately 160 million passengers. It offers domestic and international travel options to more than 325 travel destinations. Delta offers business and economy flights to destinations in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa.
Delta promotes a social and environmentally responsible corporate ethic in its business models. The Delta Force for Global Good provides a platform for the company and its employees to assist charitable causes. To this end, the company donates 1% of its net income to programs that help to uplift humanitarian efforts that impact on people around the world. The airline donates funds to assist the Red Cross and its humanitarian efforts across the globe.
Delta is a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance, operating international flight deals from its primary hubs in Atlanta and New York (JFK), as well from its regional hubs in Cincinnati, Salt Lake City and Los Angeles.
Delta Air Lines Travel Experience
If you don't mind where you sit, then Delta's Basic Economy class is the best option and will provide you with a seat in the main cabin. Other options include: Onboard Experience, Delta One, Delta Premium, First Class and Comfort classes.
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Check-in & Baggage
Delta Air Lines provides an online check-in service within 24 hours of your departure. The online platform also makes allowance for redeeming your Sky Miles and accepts all major credit and debit card payments.
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