Delta Improves Customer Travel Experience with the Opening of the New Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal in Atlanta

Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) flight 295 to Tokyo-Narita will become the

first flight to depart Concourse F at the new Maynard H. Jackson Jr.

International Terminal when it opens tomorrow at Atlanta’s

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Shortly after flight 295’s

departure, Delta flight 177 from Dublin, Ireland will be the first

arrival on the new concourse.

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified

international terminal complex is the new doorway for customers arriving

in departing from Atlanta for international destinations. The new

Concourse F, which adjoins the existing concourse E, includes 12 gates.

Delta from Atlanta today operates more than 1,000 daily departures to

208 destinations, including nonstop service to 65 international

destinations.

Inside Concourse F, the newest Delta Sky Club® features seating and

ample space for more than 300 guests, world-class amenities including

eight shower suites, multiple work areas and art designed to capture the

spirit of Delta’s international destinations. The Club also offers The

Luxury Bar with premium wines, champagne and spirits available for

purchase. Windows across the Club offer mezzanine-level views of Delta’s

operations in Atlanta.

The new terminal eliminates the need for Atlanta-destined passengers to

recheck their baggage. Departing customers will access the international

terminal via I-75 at Exit 239. Shuttle service connects to the domestic

terminal, domestic parking facilities and MARTA train service to

downtown Atlanta. The Plane Train and pedestrian walkway have both been

extended to offer access to the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International

Terminal. Additional information is available at

atlanta-airport.com/internationalterminal.

“The new international terminal is Atlanta’s new front door to the

world,” said Richard Anderson, Delta’s chief executive officer. “On

behalf of Delta people worldwide, I want to congratulate aviation

general manager Louis Miller, Mayor Kasim Reed and the City of Atlanta

for seeing this project to its completion and thank them for continuing

that strong partnership Delta has had with the airport and city for more

than 70 years.”

“Delta’s contribution to the new terminal and concourse is part of a

more than $3 billion investment in facilities, products and technology

in the air and on the ground,” said Anderson. “In addition to this

premier international gateway in Atlanta, renovations and expansions to

Delta airport facilities also are underway in New York, Seattle, Los

Angeles and Salt Lake City.”

As Delta becomes the leading airline in New York, work is underway on a

$160 million renovation at La Guardia Airport to support 100 new daily

departures including a new Delta Sky Club, chef-driven dining options

and an enclosed walkway behind security connecting Terminals C and D. A

$1.2 billion expansion of Terminal 4 at New York-JFK will house nine new

international wide-body gates and a flagship Delta Sky Club when it

opens in spring 2013.

Delta’s facilities at the Los Angeles International Airport are being

renewed as part of that airport’s $4 billion overhaul, including a new

baggage system, better customs processing facilities and refreshed food

and beverage. At Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, a key portal to

Asia, Delta is working with the city to renovate the lobby into a more

open format for smoother check-in and baggage drop. Delta also is

supporting a $1.8 billion terminal redevelopment program with Salt Lake

City that will, over the next ten years, include a new terminal,

renovation of 34 existing gates and a new 40 gate concourse, as well as

other facility infrastructure enhancements.

About Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines serves more than 160 million customers each year. During

the past year, Delta was named domestic “Airline of the Year” by the

readers of Travel Weekly magazine, was

named the “Top Tech-Friendly U.S. Airline” by PCWorld magazine for

its innovation in technology and won the Business

Travel News Annual Airline Survey. With an industry-leading global

network, Delta and the Delta

Connection carriers offer service to nearly 350 destinations in 62

countries on six continents. Headquartered in Atlanta, Delta employs

80,000 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than

700 aircraft. A founding member of the SkyTeam

global alliance, Delta participates in the industry’s leading trans-Atlantic

joint venture with Air

France-KLM and Alitalia.

Including its worldwide alliance partners, Delta offers customers more

than 13,000 daily flights, with hubs in Amsterdam,

Atlanta,

Cincinnati,

Detroit,

Memphis,

Minneapolis-St.

Paul, New

York-LaGuardia, New

York-JFK, Paris-Charles

de Gaulle, Salt

Lake City and Tokyo-Narita.

The airline’s service includes the SkyMiles

frequent flier program, a world-class airline loyalty program; the

award-winning BusinessElite

service; and more than 50 Delta Sky

Clubs in airports worldwide. Delta is investing more than $3 billion

through 2013 in airport facilities and global products, services and

technology to enhance the customer experience in the air and on the

ground. Customers can check in for flights, print boarding passes, check

bags and review flight status at delta.com.