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Delta Air Lines began passenger operations in 1929, though it can trace its roots back to a cropduster company formed in 1925. Atlanta is the airline's largest hub airport, and it is one of the world's largest airlines based on passengers carried. (Featured image: Vincenzo Pace - Simple Flying)

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Delta is not keen on an equal split compromise either. Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple Flying

latest Delta Air Lines Articles

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Passenger Claims Delta Air Lines Lost Her Dog At Atlanta Airport

Contributing to the complications, the passenger was denied entry into the US.

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Why Did Delta Air Lines Take On The Douglas DC-4?

The airline was one of several major carriers to operate the four-engine piston plane in the mid-20th century.

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The Different Tiers Of Delta Air Lines' SkyMiles Program

Elite staus beings many perks and benefits in mileage earning and onboard treatment - with Delta Air Lines and its partners.

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Delta Air Lines May Change Sky Club Entry Policies Again

The airline could soon pose restrictions on passengers with American Express cards.

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Delta Air Lines' Fleet In August 2023

A large majority of Delta's aircraft are narrowbodies, 805 to be exact, leaving just 159 widebodies.

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How Delta Air Lines Is Improving Onboard Medical Emergency Response

The legacy carrier is set to overhaul in-flight medical kits across its entire fleet, going "above and beyond" the FAA's current guidance.

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Why Is Alaska's Juneau International Airport So Challenging To Fly Into?

From its remarkable scenery to its challenging approach, we look at what it takes to land at Juneau Airport.

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Delta Announces Plans For Its Third Business-Class Sky Club In Boston

Delta is adding new lounges for its premium passengers only starting in 2024.

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Delta Air Lines Cuts Boston-Mexico City Route Before Launch

The route was to be launched in December.

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Which US Airlines Allow Dogs & Should More Airlines Allow Dogs On Flights?

Which carriers allow passengers to bring their furry friends into the cabin?

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Delta Comfort Plus: Everything You Need To Know

This class of service can come with a lot more than just extra legroom.

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Top 5: The Airlines Planning The Most Routes For The Rest Of 2023

The five have more than 6,700 routes this August-December.

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Comparing The US Big 3 Airlines' Capacity Trends This Summer

Most are winner's here, but there are some losers.

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Delta-Backed Private Jet Outfit Wheels Up Avoids Bankruptcy With $500 Million Investment

The private jet company has been saved by an American legacy carrier.

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$7.6 Billion Worth: July US Travel Agency Airline Ticket Sales Rise 11% Year On Year

Travel agencies are reporting that an average ticket price is lowering as passengers return to the skies.

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Delta Air Lines' Propel Academy Opens In Florida

The Academy is one of many ways the airline allows young aviators to pursue their dreams.

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Delta Air Lines Announces Minneapolis-Dublin Flights

The announcement was made the same day Aer Lingus revealed it would resume flying between Dublin and Minneapolis.

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Boeing To Begin Modifying An MD-90 To Fly With Experimental Truss-Braced Wing

The modifications will form part of testing for Boeing's X-66A program, which it hopes will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 30%.