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Delta Premium Select Coming To 767-300s & A330s

Delta Air Lines will be reconfiguring some of its existing long haul aircraft, though I'm rather disappointed by the details of this. Delta has revealed plans to reconfigure more wide body aircraft this spring. Specifically, Delta will be installing…

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Delta Will Give All Flight Attendants iPhone 12s

Delta is making an interesting investment in technology... Delta has announced that it will upgrade the mobile devices that flight attendants have, from the existing SkyPro tablets. Starting in late summer, all Delta flight attendants will have an Apple…

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Delta Adding More Flights To Greece This Summer

With Greece now open to Americans, Delta Air Lines is continuing to adjust its transatlantic schedule to offer flights to where people want to travel. For the summer of 2021, Delta will operate two seasonal routes to Greece: As of May 28, 2021, Delta…

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Delta Orders 25 Additional Airbus A321neos

Delta Air Lines has just placed a firm order for an additional 25 planes. Delta has just firmed up an order for an additional 25 Airbus A321neos, bringing the Atlanta-based carrier's total A321neo order to 125 aircraft. The airline previously had purchase…

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Delta Launching Portland To Seoul Incheon Route

Delta has just loaded a cool new long haul route into the schedule. As of September 9, 2021, Delta will launch 3x weekly year-round flights between Portland (PDX) and Seoul Incheon (ICN). The new service will operate with the following schedule: DL278…

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Delta Air Lines First Class Impressions

I've recently shared my impressions of United Airlines first class and Alaska Airlines first class flights in the coronavirus era, so figured I'd also share my experience on a recent Delta Air Lines Airbus A220 first class flight from Chicago to Salt…

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How To Access Delta SkyClubs (2021)

Every airline is unique when it comes to their approach to offering lounge access, though Delta is in a whole different league when it comes to discouraging memberships and day passes, and rather focusing on offering lounge access through credit cards.…

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Delta Pilot Shortage Leads To Canceled Flights, No Seat Blocking

Delta Air Lines used to be known for its operational excellence, but the Atlanta-based airline now can't seem to consistently run its scheduled operation on holidays. What's going on? Delta has so far canceled 74 flights today, compared to five cancelations…

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Delta’s Georgia Voting Bill Disaster

The state legislature in Georgia has voted to eliminate a jet fuel tax break for Delta, after the company's leadership flip-flopped on Georgia's recent voting bill. This situation is so messy on so many levels. Last week lawmakers in Georgia passed a…

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Delta SkyMiles Medallion Status Easier To Earn In 2021

Delta is revealing quite a few updates today -- the airline will stop blocking seats and will start restoring inflight service. On top of that, the airline has just announced how it will be easier to earn SkyMiles Medallion status in 2021, which is what…

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Details: Delta Air Lines Restoring Inflight Service

Virtually all major airlines have reduced service during the pandemic in order to minimize contact between flight attendants and passengers, and also to maximize the amount of time passengers spend with their masks on. We've seen airlines continue to…

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Delta Ending Seat Blocking As Of May 1, 2021

It looks like Delta Air Lines' industry-leading seat blocking policy will be coming to an end in a few weeks. On the plus side, around the same time Delta will improve its inflight service., and the airline has also announced positive changes to SkyMiles…

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Delta Expanding In Iceland This Summer

Iceland is the first place in Europe to welcome vaccinated Americans, as well as those who have recovered from coronavirus. Delta is capitalizing on that, with three different routes to the country. This summer, Delta will be operating three routes to…

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Delta & WestJet Introduce Reciprocal Elite Benefits

Delta and WestJet have just rolled out reciprocal elite benefits for frequent flyers, which is exciting. Delta and WestJet have had a partnership that goes back many years, and several years now the two airlines have offered reciprocal mileage earning…

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Delta Air Lines’ Huge Summer Alaska Expansion

During the pandemic, airlines have had to completely rework their approach to route planning, given how the demand for travel has shifted. The good news is that with the current vaccination timeline in the US, travel should very much be possible this…

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Delta Blue Amex No Annual Fee Card Review (2021)

American Express and Delta have had a close relationship for many years, and as part of that they issue seven co-branded Delta Amex cards, including the Blue, Gold, Platinum, and Reserve cards (with the exception of the Blue product, all the others have…

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Earning Delta Status With Credit Card Spending

One of the things that make Delta credit cards unique is how they can be used to earn status. Delta lets you spend your way towards status, and in theory, you could even earn top-tier status with Delta exclusively through credit card spending. There's…

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Delta Reserve Credit Card Review (2021)

American Express and Delta have had a close relationship for many years, and as part of that, they issue seven co-branded Delta Amex cards, including the Blue, Gold, Platinum, and Reserve cards (with the exception of the Blue product, all the others…

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Delta Platinum Amex Card Review (50K Bonus Miles)

American Express and Delta have had a close relationship for many years, and as part of that, they issue seven co-branded Delta Amex cards, including the Blue, Gold, Platinum, and Reserve cards (with the exception of the Blue product, all the others…

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Gold Delta American Express Card Review (2021)

American Express and Delta have had a close relationship for many years, and as part of that, they issue seven co-branded Delta Amex cards, including the Blue, Gold, Platinum, and Reserve cards (with the exception of the Blue product, all the others…

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Delta Pay With Miles: Everything You Need To Know

While Delta SkyMiles isn't my favorite mileage currency, one of the things I do appreciate about SkyMiles is that the program has a higher "floor" value for miles than American and United. That's to say that you can potentially "cash-out" SkyMiles towards…

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Delta SkyMiles Extends Upgrade Certificates, Makes Them Easier To Use

Delta SkyMiles Platinum & Diamond Medallion members can select Global Upgrade Certificates (GUCs) and Regional Upgrade Certificates (RUCs) as part of the Choice Benefits program. There's some fantastic news when it comes to these. Delta SkyMiles will…

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Delta Passenger Fined $27,500 For Assaulting Crew

A passenger is facing a $27,500 fine for assaulting a flight attendant on a Delta Air Lines flight in October 2020. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed a $27,500 civil penalty against an airline passenger for interfering with and assaulting…

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