Delta Air Lines Celebrates 5 Years of Continuous Growth in Brasilia

Published on : Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Delta-Airlines (1)Delta Air Lines celebrates its 5th anniversary of service in Brasilia city, highlighting its continuous growth in the market and the introduction of its new 767-300 aircraft featuring full flat-bed seats in the BusinessElite cabin on the Brasilia-Atlanta route.


Delta’s growth is evidenced by the increase in customers who prefer and rely on the airline’s enhanced travel experience and the benefits that come from its strategic alliance with GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes.

“We are proud to celebrate 5 years of service in Brasilia and are pleased to reinforce our position in the market,” said Luciano Macagno, Delta’s director for Brazil.


“From a product standpoint, the introduction of our new aircraft both consolidates our position in the local market and represents our growth capacity not only for Brasilia but in all of Brazil, due to our connecting capabilities with GOL flights in the renovated Brasilia Airport.”

Through its partnership with GOL, Delta can offer its customers access to more than 380 destinations in more than 59 countries, meeting 99 percent of Brazilian and U.S. customer demand between the countries.


Delta and GOL offer a U.S.-Brazil network unrivaled by any other U.S. flag carrier.


The alliance allows the two airlines to strengthen their services, thus improving customer experience and offering a better added value proposition to the market.

Delta recently announced a significant upgrade to its service between Brasilia and the United States with the introduction of full flat-bed seats in BusinessElite cabin on flights to and from its international hub in Atlanta.

The full flat-bed seats have a 180º recline and oversized personal entertainment screens, allowing travelers to increase productivity, rest and enjoy the on-demand in-flight entertainment system to its fullest.

Delta has invested billions of dollars since 2010 in improving customer experience on its aircraft and in upgrading its technology and facilities, including the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal F in Atlanta and the new Terminal 4 at New York-JFK.

Brazil is a key market for Delta’s growth strategy in Latin America, and the investments in the country are one of Delta’s key global initiatives.


The company currently operates 42 non-stop round-trip weekly flights between Brazil and the U.S., including Atlanta (twice a day), Detroit, New York- JFK to Sao Paulo, Atlanta to Rio de Janeiro and Atlanta to Brasilia.

Source:- Delta Air Lines


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