On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, Delta people took the streets with Pride around the globe to represent the airline and the LGBTQ+ community.
Atlanta-based Captain and Line Check Pilot Lane Kranz shares his perspective on the Stonewall uprising, diverse representation in the flight deck and the best part about flying for Delta.
Pride parade group photo
For the second year, Delta and Virgin Atlantic partnered to sponsor the Pride parade in London.
This year, Delta and JV partner Virgin Atlantic joined in sponsorship of the events in Boston, New York, Seattle, Atlanta and London.
Delta Employee Equality Network
For the second straight year, Delta has received a perfect score on a national survey on corporate policies related to LGBTQ workplace equality.
More than 650 Delta employees, alongside employees from alliance partner Virgin Atlantic, marched down Peachtree Street in Atlanta this weekend for the 47th annual Atlanta Pride Festival, celebrating...
Delta celebrates a month of Pride across the U.S.
A video recaps Delta employees participating in Pride festivals across the U.S. and Canada throughout June.
Delta Air Lines has been unveiled as a major sponsor for Pride in London 2017, helping celebrate and support for the LGBT+ community. Delta will be the official airline of the festival. The...
Employees marching at Atlanta Pride Festival
More than 300 Delta people, friends and family members marched alongside thousands during this weekend’s 46 th Annual Atlanta Pride Festival, celebrating diversity, inclusion and equality. Delta, the...
LGBT Pride Vigil for Orlando victims Aerial shot
More than 80 members of Delta’s Employee Equality Network (DEEN) and Latin American Hispanic Employee Network (LAHEN) joined members of the Orlando community and additional supporters for a...