Delta Air Lines is taking every precaution to ensure a safe, stress-free travel experience for passengers. Check out three ways Delta and its partners take the stress out of travel.
Enabling Stress-Free Travel
Delta and its partners, as well as SkyTeam, are focused on taking the stress out of travel by providing customers with digital resources and information needed for planning and booking international travel.
With restrictions constantly changing, airlines are committed to helping customers, from booking to finding the necessary tests required for travel and verifying they have the correct documents ahead of time.
Delta recently launched the Travel Planning Center, a one-stop guide filled with resources to manage travel restrictions, as well as added interactive features to the Delta Discover Map, enabling customers to filter, search and book travel much easier.
Prioritizing Safety Onboard
Throughout the pandemic, many airlines prioritized the safety of passengers and employees. Delta has gone above and beyond. Although there are existing high standards of maintenance and cleaning procedures in place, Delta added additional measures last year through the Delta CareStandard. The measures include enhanced sanitization of aircraft, more frequent cleanings, high-efficiency air filters on board and mask requirements to create peace of mind when flying.
Continued Focus on the Customer Experience
When it comes to creating a stress-free journey, innovation in the skies and reclaiming the joy of travel is a big focus for the airlines. Together, airlines look at all aspects of current and future travel to remove any customer experience gaps, such as when airline computer systems malfunction and so on. With the emphasis on enabling an increasingly digital or touchless travel experience with digital check-in and more, customers can sit back, relax and enjoy their journey.
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