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  Delta Air Lines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
In terms of passengers carried, Delta Air Lines is the second largest airline in the world today, with 87 million tickets sold in 2004.
Somewhat confusingly, Delta Air Lines offer a service called First class on domestic flights within the USA, which is of a lower standard than international business class, and offers a seat pitch of 40 inches approximately.
Delta Airlines have a frequent flier scheme called Sky Miles so you can get rewards by.
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  Delta Air Lines Passenger Opinions about Delta Air Lines product and service standards
We did, when a unfriendly Delta agent who had not heard the direction came and started directing traffic, pushing a later flight in front, as well as people who were well back the line to Cincinnati in front of those of us who had been there for hours.
The line was still 100 deep in front of us, we had to go through security (that line also quite long), and the gates are miles away at Gatwick.
Delta has actually placed phones at the check-in so you can call Delta in the absence of a live person to talk to.
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  Delta Air Lines
Delta's lack of success in winning a commercial airmail contract—the bread and butter of any aspiring air service—jeopardized its early existence, however, and the company was forced to suspend passenger service.
Delta was an early beneficiary and by 1943 obtained CAB approval to expand its route system to Cincinnati, Ohio, to the north, Savannah to the east, and New Orleans, Louisiana, to the south.
Delta's relationship with Douglas continued with the purchase of the McDonnell Douglas MD-88, a descendent of the DC-9, and the wide-body MD-11 for its new Pacific route.
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  Delta Air Lines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Delta Air Lines, Inc. is incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware.
Delta was one of the airlines targeted in the failed Operation Bojinka plot: the conspirators planned to bomb a Delta MD-11 flying from Seoul to Bangkok via Taipei on January 21, 1995.
Delta Air Lines was one of three carriers (American Airlines and Continental Airlines being the other two) to sign an exclusivity agreement with Boeing in the late 1990s.
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