Feb. 28, 2006
In 1982, Delta employees, retirees and friends began collecting donations to purchase a plane for Delta in support of the company in the midst of a weak economy and poor economic performance. The Spirit of Delta, as it was later named, has come to be a symbol for Delta’s heritage. The Spirit of Delta was Delta’s first Boeing 767-200 aircraft and was purchased for $30 million.
Feb. 28, 2006
LOS ANGELES, Feb 28, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” – Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft – this week continues its farewell tour and final flights in key Delta markets before returning home for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta. The Boeing 767 aircraft, a symbol of pride for Delta people, today touches down at 9 a.m. at Los Angeles International Airport for the retirement festivities.
Feb. 28, 2006
SEATTLE – Feb 28, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” – Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft – this week continues its farewell tour and final flights in key Delta markets before returning home for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta. The Boeing 767 aircraft, a symbol of pride for Delta people, today touches down at 2 p.m. at Boeing Field to mark its retirement in the city where it first took off more than two decades ago.
Feb. 27, 2006
In 1982, Delta employees, retirees and friends began collecting donations to purchase a plane for Delta in support of the company in the midst of a weak economy and poor economic performance. The Spirit of Delta, as it was later named, has come to be a symbol for Delta’s heritage. The Spirit of Delta was Delta’s first Boeing 767-200 aircraft and was purchased for $30 million.
Feb. 27, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY – Feb 27, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” – Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft – this week begins its farewell tour and final flights in key Delta markets before returning home for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta. The Boeing 767 aircraft, a symbol of pride for Delta people, today touches down at noon at Salt Lake City International Airport to give children from the Boys and Girls Club the ride of their lives.
Feb. 24, 2006
In 1982, Delta employees, retirees and friends began collecting donations to purchase a plane for Delta in support of the company in the midst of a weak economy and poor economic performance. The Spirit of Delta , as it was later named, has come to be a symbol for Delta’s heritage. The Spirit of Delta was Delta’s first Boeing 767-200 aircraft and was purchased for $30 million.
Feb. 24, 2006
BOSTON, Feb 24, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” — Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft — this week begins its farewell tour and final flights in key Delta markets before returning home for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta. The Boeing 767 aircraft, a symbol of pride for Delta people, today touches down at 11 a.m. at Boston’s Logan International Airport to give volunteers from the local chapter of the American Red Cross the ride of their lives.
Feb. 23, 2006
NEW YORK, Feb 23, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” — Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft — this week begins its farewell tour and final flights in key Delta markets before returning home for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta. The Boeing 767 aircraft, a symbol of pride for Delta people, today touches down at 8:30 a.m. at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to give children from Beth Israel Medical Center and the Ronald McDonald House the ride of their lives.
Feb. 22, 2006
CINCINNATI, Feb. 22, 2006 - Delta AirElite Business Jets continues to expand its fleet with the recent addition of a Citation X and Learjet 31A to its operating certificate. The Citation X is based near Miami, Fla. at the Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport and the Learjet 31A is based at the Delta AirElite Jet Center at the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).
Feb. 21, 2006
ATLANTA – Feb 21, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” — Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft — this week begins its farewell tour and final flights in key Delta markets before returning home for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta. The Boeing 767 aircraft, a symbol of pride for Delta people, today touches down at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, respectively, to kick off the retirement festivities.

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