April 11, 2006 12:36 p.m.
BOSTON, Aug. 11, 2006 – New nonstop service from Delta Air Lines will make it easier for customers to conduct business and take in American history the same day with new flights between Boston and Newport News/Williamsburg, Va. Beginning Nov. 15, customers can step back in time at the only remaining antebellum plantation on the lower Virginia peninsula or run through the North End shouting “The British are coming” with two daily nonstop flights operated by Delta Connection carrier Comair.
April 6, 2006 2:46 p.m.
ATLANTA, April 6, 2006 – Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport welcomed its latest original, a new, state-of-the-art Crown Room Club ® on Concourse C where members can enjoy a sampling of Atlanta’s distinctive culture. This Crown Room – Delta’s first on Concourse C, seventh at Hartsfield-Jackson and 41st worldwide – allows members to:
April 5, 2006 12:43 p.m.
ATLANTA, April 5, 2006 – Delta Air Lines is welcoming its fleet of 48 Song Boeing 757s back into the mainline domestic system as it reconfigures the aircraft’s interiors and exteriors for this fall’s launch of a new two-class, domestic long-haul product. During this transition period, Delta customers will continue to enjoy the convenient flight schedules and nonstop service in all markets previously served by Song with the combined Delta-Song fleet.
March 31, 2006 2:48 p.m.
ATLANTA, March 31, 2006 – Effective today, Delta Air Lines has discontinued the absorption of passenger facility charges (PFCs) on certain domestic itineraries to reflect the full costs incurred from airport-specific PFCs. These fees – imposed by local airports and authorized to be levied by the Federal Aviation Administration – are charges of as much as $18 per round-trip itinerary to fund improvements at various U.S. airports.
March 22, 2006 12:56 p.m.
ATLANTA, March 22, 2006 – Strategic redeployment of Delta Air Lines’ existing fleet of aircraft will enable the airline to strengthen its position as the leading global carrier across the Atlantic without the purchase of a single aircraft. In addition to the eight Boeing 767-300ER and five Boeing 767-400 aircraft being redeployed from domestic to international service to support growth across the Atlantic this summer, Delta still has more than a dozen additional widebody aircraft operating in its domestic network, fuelling the potential for further global expansion.
March 3, 2006 4:17 p.m.
ATLANTA, March 3, 2006 – “The Spirit of Delta” — Delta Air Lines’ employee-purchased aircraft — today will take 14 children for the ride of their lives, some for the first time, as part of the aircraft’s finale flight. The Boeing 767, a symbol of pride for Delta people, touches down at 11 a.m. at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for the retirement festivities before being restored for permanent display at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum in Atlanta.
March 2, 2006 4:20 p.m.
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.
March 2, 2006 4:18 p.m.
DALLAS/FORT WORTH – March 2, 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 11 a.m. at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for the retirement festivities.
March 1, 2006 2:49 p.m.
ATLANTA, March 1, 2006 – The latest government statistics show Delta Air Lines has delivered better on-time performance than its largest competitor for the past 13 consecutive months at the world’s largest hub in Atlanta. The release of January 2006 data by the Department of Transportation confirms Delta topped AirTran in on-time service at the start of the new year in Atlanta, continuing a trend that includes all of 2005.
Feb. 28, 2006 4:26 p.m.
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.

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