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Delta wins business travel managers survey for the 3rd time in a row

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Good news for air travelers with Delta: Corporate travel managers rated Delta Air Lines No. 1 in this year's Business Travel News Annual Airline Survey for the third year in a row. The airline ranked first among all carriers in nine of 10 categories scoring particularly high in key areas of the survey including: Value of Relationships with Account Managers and Sales Representatives; Quality of Client Communications; and Networks, Airline Partnerships and Frequencies.

Winning the top ranking for the third consecutive time puts Delta among a select group to garner the survey's highest honor in three consecutive years during the survey's 16-year history. The latest endorsement from the nation's top travel managers continues the momentum Delta has built as the industry's preferred airline.

"Being acknowledged by our corporate customers for the hard work and commitment of our 80,000 worldwide employees is among the most important recognition we can receive," said Ed Bastian, Delta's president. "We've fostered a culture of unrelenting continuous improvement to the travel experience and we are committed to providing our customers with an unparalleled level of global service."

"We congratulate Delta for being selected by the Business Travel News subscribers to once again receive our highest honor in this year's Annual Airline Survey," said Tim Reid, vice president - Group publisher, The BTN Group. "Delta's performance in the annual survey clearly demonstrates that the efforts of Delta people over the last several years continue to be recognized by industry professionals across all survey categories."

Specifcally, the No. 1 ranking in the BTN Annual Airline Survey further validates Delta's industry leadership in exceeding customer expectations by being the, introducing in-flight Wi-Fi five years ago, the Sky Deck at Delta Sky Clubs in New York-JFK and Atlanta this year, being the only U.S. domestic carrier to offer personal, on-demand entertainment at every seat on all long-haul international flights by the end of 2013 and offering full flat-bed seating with direct-aisle access across its international wide body fleet by mid-2014.

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