Delta Airlines

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Delta Airlines

Delta Air Lines is a major American airline that operates a global network of flights to over 300 destinations in more than 50 countries. With its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, Delta is one of the world's largest airlines by fleet size and revenue. The company operates more than 800 aircraft, including narrow-body, wide-body, and regional jets. Delta is committed to providing its customers with exceptional service and amenities. The airline offers a range of in-flight services, including Wi-Fi, entertainment, and dining options.
The company also supports a range of charitable organizations and initiatives. Delta Air Lines is working to create meaningful career opportunities for young adults who are at risk or have faced injustice. The program focuses on young people who have experienced one or more of the following: An incarcerated parent, or the juvenile justice system. Contact the HR department directly for information about Delta’s second-chance hiring process.


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