Delta Airline

About Delta Airline

Holding a legacy of almost a century of providing air travel amenities, Delta Airlines was founded in 1925 and is currently the world’s largest airline. Delta Airlines has been known to excel in customer satisfaction by providing cheaper flight fares and no change fees. They are on the lookout for constant betterment and expansion in terms of networks, more efficient air routes, sustainable flying, and traveler amenities. Delta airlines are ahead of its time when it comes to improving air travel. They were the first airlines to ban smoking on flights and to bring onboard recycling practices. Holding sincere to their company slogan – “keep climbing,” they have progressed from becoming the world’s first aerial crop-dusting company to the largest airline on a global level. They carry the several titles in the “first airline to” category – 1st airline to show moving maps for their passengers to trace the flight route, 1st airline to board more than 100 million passengers in a year, 1st airline to introduce full-flat beds in elite business class airplanes. In addition to the latest in-flight services, they have Delta sky club establishments in several airports across America that provide exceptional ground operations support for their passengers.

Delta airlines host more than 300 destinations across 50 countries on 6 continents. They have international collaborators and 9 hubs in America, the busiest ones being Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, and NYC – LaGuardia with 300 departures. They are also the only American airline that offers flights to Dakar, Lagos, and Stuttgart. Their most popular destinations are – Atlanta, Amsterdam, Boston, Detroit, London-Heathrow, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Paris, NYC-la Guardia, Seattle, and Tokyo.

Delta airlines mostly use Airbus and Boeings rounding to more than 800 flights. They lease several more and fund the repair of older aircraft, too, leaving their aircraft count fluctuating.