Readers of USA TODAY chose Delta Airlines as the best airline, Delta Sky Lounge in John F. Kennedy. Kennedy New York and the flight attendant team were also selected as the best
Delta Airlines Wins great appreciation in the framework USA TODAY 10Best. Readers of the paper chose Delta Airlines as the best airline, Delta Sky Lounge at John F. Kennedy Airport. Kennedy New York was voted best and the company’s Daily team also won the highest rating. Candidates in each category are selected by a team of experts and then readers select the winner from each category for four weeks.
Delta Airlines was chosen best for meeting its flight schedule (85% of its flights arrived on time), a variety of routes, the frequent flyer program, the company’s lounges at US airports and passenger TV screens even on narrow-body aircraft, “explained the high rating on USA TODAY.
“Delta Airlines staff are the best customer service professionals in the aviation industry, and for us it is especially great considering all they have gone through in the past year,” she said. Alison Hausband, Delta Customer Service Manager. “Our people really give the best experience to our customers. Congratulations, and thanks to the good stewards in the sky. ”
Delta Sky Lounge at John F. Kennedy Airport. Candy New York overlooking Terminal 4 provides free Wi-Fi, fresh, quality food, premium drinks and more. During the ongoing Corona epidemic, a new standard of lounge cleaning was introduced that also included the same Delta CareStandard procedures found at every airport and company aircraft. This includes but is not limited to freshly packaged fresh food options; Plexiglas partitions at check-in, at the bar and between the seating areas; Limited capacity and blocked seats to maintain social distance; And improved cleaning agents. Learn more At delta.com.
In September 2020, the airline opened its new and largest Delta Sky Club as part of the new Salt Lake City International Airport terminal. Delta Airlines’ support for the new Salt Lake City Airport building is part of the airline’s strategy to modernize hub infrastructure and customer experience by investing more than $ 12 billion in airport projects.An abbreviated address for this article: https://www.ias.co.il?p=114479
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