Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta’s Business Class excursion non-refundable fares between New York City and Frankfurt.
Delta has their monthly SkyMiles flash sale this time for select destinations in Asia that must be booked by August 16, 2017.
The sale is valid for Tokyo, Seoul and Japan on Delta’s economy and Premium Select (PY) cabins from select US markets.
Airfare of the Day: Delta Air Lines Vancouver to Beijing DELTA ONE – BUSINESS CLASS $1978 (Round Trip)
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta Air Lines 2nd level Business Class excursion fares between Vancouver and Beijing.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta basic season apex non-refundable Economy Class fares between Boston and Beijing.
Last year Delta announced a mayor upgrade to their Delta One hard product, introducing the Delta One Suites on their new Airbus A350 fleet (John discussed it here). On this new planes the airline is also rolling out their new Premium Select product, their take on a Premium Economy product.
Both Avianca and Delta Air Lines yesterday announced that they would follow other airlines and discontinue their services to Caracas (Venezuela).
Avianca will end its daily services between Caracas and Bogota/Lima on August 16 and Delta will end its once weekly Atlanta – Caracas service on September 16.
The U.S. Depart of Transportation (DOT) fined on Friday American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Frontier for violating number of consumer protection rules.
American Airlines had been slow processing refund (surprise!), Delta Air Lines had again filed fake mishandled luggage numbers with the DOT and Frontier had violated oversale and disability rules.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta basic season instant purchase non-refundable Economy Class fares between Seattle and Shanghai.
Delta and Lyft, Uber copy only available in the United States, launched partnership back in May where SkyMiles members could earn miles for their rides (1 miles per USD charged excluding taxes/fees/tolls/tips).
Now, SkyMiles members can earn triple miles through August 31, 2017, for their trips to/from the airports in the United States (remember Lyft doesn’t have service anywhere else).
Depart of Transportation (DOT) has fined Delta Air Lines $120,000 for misreporting the number of animals it transported in 2015 (trying to bring the number of incidents number down).
The airline had first reported in January 2016 that it has transported 98,779 animals in 2015. The airline then corrected this figure to 159,747. After DOT investigation Delta corrected this number third time to just 96,630 animals.
Delta Air Lines released the other day 15 minute long “documentary” about the gulf carriers trying to inform its employees what is at stake.