Delta Scoops Best Long-Haul Airline Award in U.K. for Second Year

Press Release originally published on 22 January – Click here to read


Delta Air Lines was named Best Long-Haul Airline at the 25th annual Business Travel Awards, retaining one of the U.K.’s most prestigious travel awards for a second straight year.

The Business Travel Awards are judged by a panel of senior industry experts, who commended Delta for our “product upgrades and fuel efficiency programme, outstanding performance record and its focus on environmental issues and people.” They also praised Delta’s diversity and women in leadership programs, as well as our commitment to working with other companies that embrace Corporate Social Responsibility.

“I’m so proud to accept this award on behalf of Delta for a second year,” said Nadia Clinton, Regional Sales Manager, U.K. and Ireland. “Our investment over the last 12 months, not just in products and services but in sustainability initiatives and the communities we serve, continues to be valued by the industry and our customers.”

The award kicks off an exciting year ahead for Delta in the U.K. The airline will return to London-Gatwick and Manchester Airports this summer with new flights to Boston. Meanwhile, customers continue to enjoy greater trans-Atlantic comfort thanks to the refurbished B767-400 and popular A330 aircraft on more London-Heathrow routes.

In addition to winning Best Long-Haul Airline, Delta was a finalist in two other categories: Best Business Airline and Best CSR Programme.


About Delta

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) is the U.S. global airline leader in products, services, innovation, reliability and customer experience. Powered by its 80,000 people around the world, Delta continues to invest billions in its people, improving the air travel experience and generating industry-leading shareholder returns. Headquartered in Atlanta, Delta offers more than 5,000 daily departures and as many as 15,000 affiliated departures including the premier SkyTeam alliance, of which Delta is a founding member. The airline serves nearly 200 million people every year, taking customers to more than 300 destinations in over 50 countries. Delta operates significant hubs and key markets at airports in the United States and worldwide in conjunction with its alliance partners. More about Delta can be found on the Delta News Hub as well as, via @DeltaNewsHub on Twitter and