1987 (Article)

Western Airlines merges with Delta; becomes the fourth largest U.S. carrier and fifth largest world carrier. Delta's first trans-Pacific service begins: Atlanta to Portland, Oregon, to Tokyo. Ronald...
No. 25 in the Top 50 Best Small & Medium Workplaces list for Delta's Resources team

2006 (Article)

Service to more destinations than any global airline with 124 new nonstop routes and 41 destinations. Delta is National Safety Council's 2006 Occupational Industry Leader—the first airline recognized...

1934 (Article)

Delta receives Air Mail Route 24 from Post Office; resumes passenger service. Begins operating as Delta Air Lines.

TravelAge West (Article)

Best Domestic Airline

1971 (Article)

W.T. Beebe becomes Chairman and CEO. Delta Dash (cargo service for small packages) begins.

1997 (Article)

Leo F. Mullin is named President and CEO. Delta is the first airline to board more than 100 million passengers in a year. Begins expansion of U.S.-Latin America routes. Introduction of new aircraft...

SECTIONS (Article)

Introduction (PDF) Build A Better Airline (PDF) Work Together, Win Together (PDF) Be Smart, Reliable and Customer-Focused (PDF) Build a Diversified, Profitable Worldwide Network and Global Alliance (...
Named for the second consecutive year to DJSI for North America, recognizing commitment to integrate sustainable practices into the workplace
6 Leading Edge Awards for U.S. Airlines: Best Airport Lounges, Best Business-Class Service, Best First-Class Service, Best Flight Experience to Mexico and Best Flight Experience to Central/South...

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