Delta and its joint venture partner Air France-KLM are launching an industry-first program of aligned benefits for corporate customers so that they can enhance their travel experience and getting more comfortable travelling with the better seats and priority boarding. We are rolling out Corporate Priority benefits with our partners Air France and KLM so travellers can enjoy benefits such as access to better seats and Priority Boarding when they travel the globe. They will also receive priority assistance in the event of irregular operations. It’s all part of our commitment to deliver your travellers the best international customer experience. Now they will deliver the best experience for corporate customers.
Global Corporate clients are the highly valued clients for these airlines so that they can serve the better travelling experience to them. From the fourth quarter of 2018, Delta Airlines and their partners will be offering the following benefits,
- Better Selection of Seats– the Corporate customer will be able to select better main cabin seats without paying any extra charges for the special seats.
- Priority Boarding– Corporate traveller will receive priority boarding on KLM and Air France. This is also being expanded on Delta to include all corporate travellers.
- Priority Service– Corporate clients will also receive the priority assistance from the airlines. They will also receive Denied Boarding Prioritization and Downgrade Prioritization in the unlikely event that we are unable to accommodate all passengers as originally planned.
Delta, Air France and KLM’s joint corporate travellers will enjoy these benefits, regardless of which airline they are choosing to fly and which airline they booked their ticket through.
Pre-Select Meal Program for Delta-One Customers
Delta expands its pre-select meal program for better ability to choose their meal day in advance of their flight. This service is applicable for the selected route now but soon it will be for the globe as per the response of the customers.
Delta One Customer Can Get Pre-select Benefit on Following Route,
- All outbound routes from the U.S to Europe.
- Flights departing from Amsterdam, Paris and London inbound to the U.S
- For selected route from the U.S. to Asia/Australia*
- Long distance routes where Delta One is offered*
Customers ineligible for this deal will receive an email from Delta three days prior to their flight, asking them to select their first choice meal from Delta’s latest seasonal, regionally-influenced menu. Depending on the destinations menus can be varied.
Delta Air Lines Launches Non-Stop International Flight
Delta Airlines is now organising the Non-stop Flights for the selected destinations. They expand their international route from Boston with the daily non-stop flights from Boston, Logan International Airport to Edinburgh, Scotland, next summer. This route will contain eighth nonstop transatlantic destinations. Delta is the best carries on the Atlantic route and now they are expanding their route to Edinburgh. This flying will effectively operate from 23 May 2019.
Boston Logan International Airport – Edinburgh Airport
• Departs- BOS at 10:15 p.m.
• Arrives- EDI at 9:25 a.m. (next day)
Edinburgh Airport – Boston Logan International Airport
• Departs- EDI at 10:55 a.m.
• Arrives- BOS at 1:02 p.m.
This New route will be a complement to the existing Delta services between Boston and U.K. which includes flights to London-Heathrow.
Delta Expands Global Flight Network to Ontario International Airport
At the beginning of the April, Delta Airlines will expand their global network in an L.A. Basin. Delta organises new flights for the better customer experience. They are offering more choices and options to the Ontario and the Inland Empire for the global travel.
These flights will be operated on the following schedule.
Ontario International Airport – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
• Depart ONT at 10:55 a.m. / Arrive ATL at 6:25 p.m.
• Depart ONT at 10:45 p.m. / Arrive ATL at 6:05 a.m. (next day) *
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport – Ontario International Airport
• Depart ATL at 8:30 a.m. / Arrive ONT 9:57 a.m.
• Depart ATL at 7:30 p.m. / Arrive ONT at 8:57 p.m.*
Delta Offering More Services to London
From the Begining of this Summer 2019, Delta will launch new services to the London. Delta is going to expand their services twice for the better travelling experience of clients. Additionally, Delta is giving Boston customers even more trans-Atlantic choices beginning next summer when the airline inaugurates new nonstop service to Lisbon, Portugal on May 23.
Lisbon flying complements existing Delta international service from Boston to Paris, London-Heathrow, Amsterdam and Dublin and partner flights to Amsterdam, Paris, Rome and Seoul.
Delta Launching Non-Stop Services to Hawaii
Delta customers now having more exposure to Hawaii. They are launching new flights to reach Hawaii. These flights will be non-stop flights which fly from Detroit hub. The Detroit-Honolulu route will be served with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft equipped with 25 fully flat-bed seats in Delta One, 29 seats Delta Comfort+ and 171 seats in the Main Cabin. The onboard experience includes access to Wi-Fi, free personal in-flight seatback entertainment screens and power ports in every seat. These services are applicable for sale on 29 Sep.
The added service follows the announcement of nonstop service to San Jose, Calif. that begins Nov. 15. Delta is also planning to expand its service to London-Heathrow from Detroit to twice daily beginning May 2019. Additional schedule details will be released at a later date.
Delta Propose Non-stop Flights for Minneapolis-St.
Delta Airlines planning to connect to Minneapolis-St, Paul hub and China. This route will be proposed with the Shanghai with its state-of-the-art Airbus A350-900 aircraft, subject to government approvals from the United States and China. These are the non-stop flights fly on this route. This new route will benefit travellers across the U.S. with more competition and options for service to Shanghai
In their proposals, Delta outlines its ability to offer travellers access to more than 70 destinations in China beyond Shanghai in cooperation with partners China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines. In addition, Chinese customers would be able to connect to more than 100 U.S. destinations through a single, convenient connection at Delta’s MSP hub.