|Top route||Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson|
|Top airport||Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson|
My biggest complaint about this flight wasn't with Delta itself, but with the man next to me who half way through the flight decided he didn't need to wear his mask anymore. With so many headlines in the news of people going insane on flights about wearing masks, I wasn't about to ask him to put it on. I was disgusted by his lack of concern for the law and the health of those travelers around him. I know that Delta Flight Attendants did not sign up to be the mask police, but I really wish someone would have told him to put a mask on. People like him are ruining what would have otherwise been a really great flight/traveling experience. I'm happy Delta is bringing back meals on longer flights (in first class). The food was good but I am excited for the day when actual meal service returns. Maybe when people like my seat mate start wearing their masks and following the rules we can go back to having nice things.
Delta making it happen. Great flight all around. So good I booked my next Delta flight while airborne.
Brian the flight attendant was rude and completely unprofessional
Some delay in departure but a good flight.
Just a standard Delta flight: comfortable, excellent flight attendants. We had a direct flight, seated in Delta Comfort Plus, so it had a lot going for it, nevertheless, it was a good flight…
Wifi didn’t work for me. Would be nice to have screens.
Great flight attendants!! Also,pilots keep in touch with passengers ie time to land weather etc.
Delta is excellent. People need to stop complaining.
No ear pieces for entertainment.
Overall good flight. Only downside is that the passenger next to me took up part of my seat in addition to hers, which was slightly uncomfortable but not a big deal.
My lay over was changed so that my flight was boarding on the opposite side of the airport at the same minute I was walking through the gangway getting off my first flight. I took screen shots of the times and it was alarming to say the least.
There were complications with my flights boarding in spokane and my secondary flight was changed without my consent to one that boarded at the same time as my first flight let me out on the opposite side of the massivr layover airport. It was only because an employee saw my struggle and confusion and hooked me up with a ride that I even made the flight dispite delta's best efforts. My TV's headphone jack on my first flight was also busted which sucked to find out after buying headphones on the flight. About halfway through the flight one of the attendants moved me to a seat with a working TV. Long story short Delta as an airline was terrible but their employees did their best to help me with what limited options they had to work with.
Another good flight newer plane therefore better seats. The landing was excellent!
Good flight older plane.
The flight probably was alright, it's just that was unable to cancel /change my plans on the app, nothing easy about it. 1st time app user- negative experience
The Delta crew were very snotty towards the customers. It was awkward and uncalled for.
I've flown quite a bit over the last 15 years. One of the things that is getting out of hand is the way planes are boarded. Something has to change with everyone standing around the gate waiting for their group to be called to board. Not only that, but I see people who are not in a specific group attempt to get on the plane when it's not their turn and get on anyway. I think the plane needs to be boarded from the back of the plane to the front AND some of these bags people are taking don't fit and it takes up valuable overhead space. What I love about Delta is their crew is very professional and nice in which to work. What I found upsetting about this flight is I used some of the Skymiles to purchase ComfortPlus seats. ComfortPlus was called, we got on the plane and found we were not in ComfortPlus. Very upsetting when you're looking for that extra few inches of leg room.
Very rude staff!
Liked the overall experience. More outlets to charge devices at airport gates.
Wheelchair assistance was horrible in Detroit. When told, after check-in, to go to the access area, we were informed we were third in line. The 2 in front had been waiting over half an hour. We thought there would miss our flight if we waited. So that did not happen. On return, there was absolutely no assistance, or of its prospects whatsoever. If you need special assistance, forget Delta. .
Boarding stuff was bad!!!
I like delta but I don’t like the boarding stuff.
Connecting flights with first class seats is not as enjoyable since the flight was short. Will look to take more straight flights so i can enjoy first class more!
I’m still in Atlanta!!!!!!!!!
Nothing but have more flight attendants like Tara
Founded in 1924 and originally known as Huff Daland Dusters, Delta Air Lines is one of the oldest airlines in the world. On top of an operating base in Atlanta, it has additional hubs in Detroit, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, Salt Lake City and Boston. The largest number of flights are scheduled in and out of Atlanta, which is also the location of the carrier’s maintenance wing.
A combination of Airbus, Boeing and McDonnell Douglas aircraft are operated. Delta Air Lines has a preference for short-to-medium range jets with narrow bodies. Some of the most common models flown are the Airbus A321 and Boeing 737. A number of the fleet are reserved for NBA charted flights, so make sure you keep an eye out for the basketball stars in the airport.
In 2000 Delta Air Lines merged with Korean Air, Air France and Aeroméxico to form SkyTeam. The alliance has grown to be one of the largest in the world and reaches more than 175 countries. Customers are able to benefit from reduced prices and shorter travel times, with the ability to purchase round-the-world tickets. In addition to the SkyTeam alliance, the carrier has entered into several joint ventures with airlines, such as Virgin Australia, to deliver improved services – in this case, it offers nonstop flights between Australia and the United States. Joint ventures are also held with Virgin Atlantic, Alitalia and WestJet.
Passengers can choose between Economy, Premium Economy and Business Class. Starbucks coffee is available for all fares, while the Premium Economy section includes improved dining options and increased leg room. Noise-cancelling headsets, skincare products and Westin Heavenly bedding is provided to Business Class customers.