Delta Air Lines is expecting to fly at least 2 million customers during the Labor Day weekend travel period of Sept. 2-6, more than twice as many customers carried during the COVID-19-restricted 2020 season.

Delta Air Lines is expecting to fly at least 2 million customers during the Labor Day weekend travel period of Sept. 2-6, more than twice as many customers carried during the COVID-19-restricted 2020 season.

We may see as many as 2.2 million customers, representing about 80% of what we saw in 2019 before the pandemic began.

In 2020, about 800,000 customers traveled on Delta during the same holiday weekend period.

Delta is expected to average of 4,500 departures a day throughout September.

Traveling with us soon? Let us help you make the most of your trip:

As summer winds down, don’t forget these tips to make your experience a breeze:

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Cleanliness remains an integral part of our travel experience:

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Customers can rest assured that cleanliness is a crucial component of the Delta CareStandard and integral to the premium experience we work to deliver every day.

Create your dream playlist with Spotify:

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The partnership brings together the world’s most awarded airline with the world’s largest audio streaming service.

Enjoy new meal options on select routes:

The newest in-flight food offerings.
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Fast-fine Greek cuisine from San Francisco-based Souvla and American classics from New York’s Union Square Events will be the latest to join Delta’s onboard offerings.

Enjoy more than 240 films, 390 episodes, new podcasts and more onboard through seatback screens:

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Customers traveling in August and September will find more than 240 films, with 16 new releases spanning action, comedy, documentary and drama genres.

Customers with last-minute changes can stand by for an alternate flight for free:

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Customers with last-minute changes can stand by for an alternate flight for free starting Aug. 4.
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