|Delta Expanding At World's Top Business Airports|
|Monday, 21 February 2011|
Delta Air Lines, in an effort to focus on strategic markets in which to grow, is expanding its service to include non-stop service to two of the world's top business airports, Heathrow Airport in London and Haneda Airport in Tokyo. Specifically, the airline launched non-stop flights to Tokyo from Los Angeles and Detroit on February 19 and will launch non-stop flights to London from Miami and Boston on March 26.
Delta has been allowed service to Heathrow since 2007 and has just been granted service to Tokyo's Hanenda. Delta is now the fastest growing U.S. carrier to serve Heathrow and with Hanenda it will become the largest to serve Tokyo through both Hanenda and Narita. To add to this new service, Delta is also working on improving their airport facilities as well as their technology and global products and services. This year will also see the introduction of full flat-bed seats in BusinessElite and in-seat entertainment for BusinessElite and economy class passengers.
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