Delta 737-900 Domestic First Class from Detroit to Los Angeles

Delta 737-900 Domestic First Class from Detroit to Los Angeles

Boarding started around 8:10pm and the faulty express tram did cause me to walk a fair distance to the gate from the Sky Club in Concourse A. The length of this terminal is somewhat similar to Jakarta's new Terminal 3 and there was definitely a need for a people mover system to work efficiently here. [...]

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Delta Airlines Sky Club in Detroit Metro Airport Concourse A

Delta Airlines Sky Club in Detroit Metro Airport Concourse A

From disembarking a long-haul flight, I was pleased to be able to head quickly to the lounge which has their own side entrance closer to the re-entry point into the Terminal for transit passengers. As the largest airline flying out of Detroit, the Sky Club did occupy a central location and they took into account [...]

Delta buys stake in LATAM, expanding links to South America

Delta buys stake in LATAM, expanding links to South America

The last few years of consolidation and strong profits meant Delta has begun to look outside of North America to expand its business. In what may be a disruptive move to the airline industry, Delta is purchasing up to 20% stake in LATAM, which was formed out of the merger of LAN and TAM. According [...]

Delta Airlines waives fees for flying with bulky sporting equipments

Delta Airlines waives fees for flying with bulky sporting equipments

As of July 17th, 2019, Delta Airlines would officially allow all of its passengers to check in bulky sporting equipments like ski gear, scuba gear, golf clubs and mountain bikes as part of their luggage allowance. This was announced by the airline on their news release. Based on Delta's baggage policy on its website, most [...]

Fly Delta ONE Business Class Suites on the A350 for $1,800 from Beijing to Los Angeles

Fly Delta ONE Business Class Suites on the A350 for $1,800 from Beijing to Los Angeles

Delta Airlines probably has one of the nicest onboard products out of all the North American airlines (including Air Canada) and is probably the only North American airline I would consider for flying Trans-Pacific. Last year the addition of the new Airbus A350 to their fleet meant they have a stellar Business Class cabin that [...]