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    We're honored to be recognized in TIME's first-ever TIME100 Most Influential Companies, among other businesses making an extraordinary impact around the world. Thank you to our incredible employees across the globe for putting our customers first as we charter the path toward the future of travel.

    When air travel bounces back, Delta-under the leadership of CEO Ed Bastian-hopes to earn a larger share of the market than it did before the pandemic by investing in its relationship with customers. Despite losing $12.4 billion in 2020, Delta was the sole major airline to leave middle seats open between all passengers for over a year.

    When air travel bounces back, Delta-under the leadership of CEO Ed Bastian-hopes to earn a larger share of the market than it did before the pandemic by investing in its relationship with customers. Despite losing $12.4 billion in 2020, Delta was the sole major airline to leave middle seats open between all passengers for over a year.

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    Our sustainability business resource group, Green Up, works with teams across Delta to find thoughtful solutions to how we can be a more sustainable airline. This #EarthMonth, Jesse Miers, outgoing Green Up President, shares some of the little changes they have made that led to large impacts.

    The mission of Green Up, Delta's environmental sustainability business resource group (BRG), is simple: connect Delta people who are passionate about sustainability to drive change and add value to the business. This BRG exists because sustainability is important and has a direct impact in the citie

    The mission of Green Up, Delta's environmental sustainability business resource group (BRG), is simple: connect Delta people who are passionate about sustainability to drive change and add value to the business. This BRG exists because sustainability is important and has a direct impact in the citie

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    Every year around Valentine's Day, we celebrate the spirit behind Delta - our employees. It’s no secret 2020 was filled with turbulence, and our people have been the constant carrying Delta through. Almost 40 years ago, during another trying time, Delta’s first Boeing 767 became a flying symbol of Delta’s pride and culture – named The Spirit of Delta. Last week, we celebrated our people with a new Spirit to guide us into 2021 and beyond. Ship 3502, an Airbus A350, is being dedicated to all Delta employees worldwide for their continued resilience and indomitable spirit during the coronavirus pandemic. To the world’s best employees – thank you. You are the ones that helped us Keep Climbing, together, during this historic time. The Delta Spirit is ready to welcome new travelers aboard and connect the world once again.

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    Black History Month celebrates the impact Black heritage has had on our country. As we take a look back at history, it's also important to determine how we're going to change for the future. Here's an update on the recent progress we've made toward becoming a more equitable, inclusive and diverse organization.

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    We are honored to be recognized by our employees and Glassdoor on the 2021 Best Places to Work list. While 2020 proved to be a trying year for all, we are grateful for our people that are the Delta Difference. You make us #DeltaProud.  Read more about the Best Places to Work award below.

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    Delta people have been on the front lines of the global pandemic since the very beginning by providing essential travel. Now, our Delta Cargo Control Center is hard at work transporting the COVID-19 vaccine around the country. Learn more at the link below.

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    “Giving back to the communities where we live, work and serve is a part of our DNA at Delta, and it has never been more important. Even in a pandemic, our people want to roll up their sleeves and help. Whether through giving blood, providing food and supplies to those in need or bringing smiles to children’s faces during the holidays with bikes built by TechOps employees - Delta people care, and it shows.” -Tad H., Managing Director of Community Engagement Read more about how Delta people served our communities in 2020 below.

  • We were one of the first airlines to require that customers and employees wear a face covering across our touchpoints at airports and on airplanes. Now, a technical bulletin by faculty at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health confirms that masks are an essential part of a layered strategy to keep travelers safe throughout their journey.

  • "It's hard to believe that it's been 23 and a half years since I started my journey with Delta. I've had a great career filled with opportunities to grow and change jobs, volunteer and travel. Out of all the memories and experiences, my favorite was when I was nominated by my colleagues to become a member of ResLINC. As a member, I had the honor to serve as a liaison between Reservations specialists and leadership. In my 4 years on that team, I traveled to so many different Delta offices across the country, attended conferences and met many amazing people. Those experiences opened an entire side of the company that I didn'y know existed. To all of the wonderful friends I have made and people I have met along the way, I will be FOREVER grateful and will miss you all." - Pamela L., Customer Solution Supervisor Enjoy your retirement, Pamela! We are forever grateful for you, too. #KeepClimbingAlways

  • My 45 years with Delta have been an amazing ride. Three bases including Miami, Boston and Atlanta and two departments including Reservations and Inflight Service. I think the highlight of my career was when I walked into our airport lounge with my manager and was surprised with friends and family as they told me I was a 2014 Chairman's Club Honoree. I'll never forget walking the Red Carpet, the Flight Museum being turned into a magical place and Joanne Smith, Delta's Chief People Officer, calling my name and giving me a wink as I left the stage after Allison Ausband, our S.V.P of In-Flight Service, had given me my treasured Chairman's Club Pin. I will always look to the skies and remember my time at Delta with fond memories, but it is time to pass the torch to others to carry on and to turn in my badge and get a new one with those big letters 'RETIRED'!" - Barbara B., Flight Attendant Enjoy your well-deserved retirement, Barbara. #KeepClimbingAlways

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