Delta Airlines

  • Now You Can Book Flights On Facebook. The Bad News: Only On Delta

    Now You Can Book Flights On Facebook. The Bad News: Only On Delta

    Many of you may have heard about TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington’s harrowing experience on a recent Delta flight. Since then others have emerged complaining about poor service on the airline. While the airline may need to focus its efforts on its customer service, it looks like Delta has been hard at work on something else: its social media strategy. Today, the airline announced a… Read More

  • Delta Outfitting Entire Domestic Fleet With Aircell's GoGo In-Flight Wi-Fi Service by End of 2009

    Delta Outfitting Entire Domestic Fleet With Aircell's GoGo In-Flight Wi-Fi Service by End of 2009

    It’s the dawning of a new age, folks. In-flight Wi-Fi is slowly rolling out across domestic airlines in the US and Delta is looking to capitalize on it by outfitting their entire domestic fleet of aircrafts with Aircell’s GoGo service. American Airlines and Virgin America have been on-board for some time (though they have yet to launch the service) and this is pretty big news… Read More

  • Delta Air Lines Embraces Wi-Fi during Flights

    Delta Air Lines Embraces Wi-Fi during Flights

    The U.S. company Delta Air Lines announced today that it will sell broadband wireless Internet access on its entire domestic mainline fleet. The service is expected to be up and running on all domestic flights by the middle of 2009. Wi-Fi will be offered to passengers flying throughout the continental United States. Aircell, an airborne communications provider, will install the network on… Read More

  • Delta to roll out Aircell's GoGo service across entire fleet

    This is certainly big news and it’s coming from an airline that’s been hampered with bankruptcy problems in recent years, but things are looking up for Delta. In April they announced that NW Airlines would be absorbed into the fold to become the world’s largest carrier and today they’ve announced that their entire domestic fleet will offer broadband Wi-Fi by the end… Read More

  • I'll still ignore Deltalina even though she's easy on the eyes

    Katherine Lee is the new face of in-flight safety for Delta and it’s a welcome change from the monotony we’ve been subjected to for the last couple decades, but are her pouty lips and good looks enough to make you pay attention? Read More