Delta announced this afternoon that they’ll begin selling tickets on September 10 for direct flights to Havana from NY, Atlanta and Miami, and flights will start on December 1. They released a pretty good and detailed FAQ on travel to Cuba Continue reading Delta to start selling Havana tickets September 10
The DOT today approved a bunch of commercial flights to start this fall to Havana….including Delta flights from Atlanta to Havana, whoop! Continue reading Flights to Havana
The NY Times had a pretty good article this weekend about how Delta is paying to hire people to help TSA with non security screening positions to help keep lines moving and in the case of Atlanta they paid to revamp one of the security checkpoints, which I can tell you having used it Memorial Day Weekend, it’s awesome. There’s five stations at each line for passengers to place their items in the security bins and the bins automatically get returned to each station when done, so there’s no more TSA agents having to get bins for passengers, and the belt … Continue reading Delta airlines helping TSA with reducing security waits
Delta is having a sale…well reduced number of miles you need to redeem..for award travel within the US on they claim 8,000 routes. There isn’t like a neat list of all the destinations where it’s been reduced, so you kind of have to search around on their fare finder calendar using miles instead of $ pricing, but there are some good deals. Travel has to be booked by June 7 for thee reduced rates and the travel period is between August 23 and November 16 with the week of Labor Day blacked out. Continue reading Delta Award Travel Sale
I’m not much of an ad guy but I have to say this new ad from Delta sums up pretty well why we travel…..and so much better than the usual nonsense with smiling flight attendants Continue reading I quite like this Delta ad
Delta just announced they are launching a new program for Elite and Medallion Skymiles members, where for between $300-$800 members can upgrade their ticket to using one of Delta’s 66 private corporate jets. They’re starting off small, just in their major East Coast hubs, and it’s essentially a way for Delta to move their jets between airports when they need to, but it’s a pretty cool upgrade and something that we should expect other carriers to follow suit on. The full details can be found here Continue reading Delta upgrades Skymiles members to private jets….