Delta Air Lines announced today it will reopen seven Sky Clubs throughout July. Plus, the lounges will feature several COVID-19 safety enhancements designed to reduce contact points and increase passenger safety.
On the heels of yesterday’s Orlando to Los Angeles Delta mileage run, we have another from the City Beautiful to a different West Coast destination!
Today, it’s to Seattle — at a very attractive 3.3 CPM in Main Cabin! In fact, it’s the same cost but yields almost 1,000 more MQM!
Delta Air Lines announced this morning it’s extending a change fee waiver originally set to expire today.
Orlando-area Delta travelers (or people who can get to MCO) might like this single day mileage run to Los Angeles (LAX) via Atlanta!
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said some (now former) passengers are banned from the carrier.
Delta will boost its schedule a bit in July.
And a woman without a ticket bypassed security and snuck onto a Delta flight — and tried using a selfie as her photo identity.
Those are some of today’s travel stories I thought you, too, may find interesting.
If you’ve ever been a Delta Diamond Medallion (or benefited from knowing one), you know the importance of Global Upgrade certificates.
Delta Air Lines resumed automatic Comfort+ upgrades yesterday (stated capacities permitting). But I heard the process isn’t running quite as smoothly as one may wish.
Delta posted a number of PR pictures that display a number of the company’s new “Travel Well” standards.
Delta Air Lines announced today it’s resuming automatic upgrades for its elite status Medallion members. Plus, seating caps and blocked middle seats will remain in effect through at least September 30.
Delta Air Lines announced this morning it’s extending their change fee waiver through June 30.
Delta Files to Suspend Flights at Nine Airports in Seven States!
Since Delta announced the extension of 2020 Medallion status through 2021, we’ve had several questions about status tier levels, rollover MQM, rollover MQD, and Choice Benefits.
We asked Delta about them; a corporate communications rep kindly gave us answers.
Here we go!
In an effort to promote and maintain social distancing, Delta Air Lines announced today the temporary removal of automatic upgrades and blocking of middle seats.