leg room was awfully small. Sitting was uncomfortable. Long wait on the runway to take off. Snacks were unpalatable.
Flying Delta was the best air travel I have had in a loooong time! I will be taking more flights on Delta.
excellent experience. everything was made simply, easy, and straightforward. I will definitely be using your service again.
Flight left 20 mins early without warning which caused me to miss my flight and have to fly stand by
My very first time flying out of JFK airport was a good one. The line was long but quick to screen you through sercurity and when needed to be help with getting to my gate the employees were on point with directing to my assign gate.
if i could find the time and energy i would sue your company.. i certainly have advised all my friends NOT to use your company. mark lipson
I didn't not like the hidden fees that got add to me an the people in your company talk nasty to me I wasn't help at all.
This flight was cancelled within moments of accidently booking it. NOT getting a FULL refund was INSANE :(
ability to sit with the person you book your trip with. Unable to arrange seating prior to flight, even though we were there 3 hrs. before trip.
Flew Delta on the way out to SF and things went smoothly. Flew back on Jet Blue and assumed the experience would be even better but it was horrible. No seats were assigned to me and my wife initially and then we were seated in the bulkhead behind the bathroom which was horrible for reasons you can guess...
The price is ok... I jas..disappointed about i have to wait one hour...for the next fly... plus the Areplane..was too smoll. Plus.....I cant sleep.. d u ring the tripp.
you booked me on a return flight at 1:15 A.M. in the morning -thanks a lot-no AM.or P.M. on my itinerary
Got shafted by spirit airlines and you saved my vacation, on which I got engaged, then saved my job on way back when spirit shafted me again. Thank you.
Spirit is RIDICULOUS with their charges. Charge for a bag, charge to choose your seat, charge to breathe. But Delta was great
Very spacious, comfortable seats. Was not stingy with snacks (I was hungry on that long flight) and even did a 2nd round of distributed snacks
I would recommend at least 3 hours in New York JFK Airport. We made it through quite quickly, no real problem but issued our connection. Delta was very helpful and found us a flight straight away. We were well cared for.
Plane was overbooked. Expensive domestic flight changed to NO LUGGAGE ALLOWANCE after buying the tickets (before purchase bag allowance was listed as one free checked bag per passenger). No meal with flight. I could go on...
Flight was Ok but due to size of Aircraft, had to allow carry on bag to check into carrier. Had fragile item that broke in luggage handling proses.
After waiting in the airport for 4 hours, they cancelled the flight and rebooked us for the 1st flight out the next day
Spirit was just what I expected. Staff friendly and funny!! Just read the fine print before to arrive at the airport in regards to purchasing seating and luggage. Would fly with them again.
When i selected the flight from your website, 1 checkin luggage was included. After the payment this is cancelled. I had to pay extra. I had to ask several times for my eticket.
The trip Is good but i felt dissapointed when I tried to change my itinerary and i needed to paid more.... Before I paided for 7$ for security change, the advice was confused for me.
This was a little more "bare-bones" than expected. Seats were very cramped and uncomfortable. Many delays in flight departure although communication about that was good.
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With roots in aviation since 1921, Delta began its success by first providing the service of spraying pesticides on crops. In 1929, Delta Air Lines began running commercial flights with its first passenger flights operating from Dallas, Texas to Jackson, Mississippi carrying five passengers and one pilot. Today, Delta Air Lines is the third largest airline provider in the world. With their headquarters and hub located in Atlanta, Georgia, Delta flies to nearly 320 destinations worldwide and is the only American carrier that flies to locations in Africa. The Delta Air Lines' fleet consists of nearly 600 Boeing and Airbus aircraft. 40 new Airbus Aircraft A321 are on order and due to enter service between 2015 and 2017. Some Delta flights offer Video on Demand (VOD) located in front of the seat. On most long-haul flights, passengers can choose from over 300 films to watch. In addition, passengers can also enjoy the other entertainment options which include an extensive music library, TV shows and video games. Delta's monthly magazine, Delta Sky Magazine, can be found on all flights and offers travel information and features, as well as articles on various cities, lifestyle, tech toys, and interesting facts and figures.
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