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delta.com

Founded Year

1928

Stage

IPO | IPO

Market Cap

18.27B

Stock Price

29.45

About Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines, together with Delta Connection, offers service to destinations in multiple countries. Its key hubs and markets include Amsterdam, Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York-JFK and LaGuardia, London-Heathrow, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Salt Lake City, Sao Paulo, Seattle, Seoul, and Tokyo-Narita. Delta invests in airport facilities, global products and services, and technology to enhance the customer experience in the air and on the ground.

Delta Air Lines Headquarters Location

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl Airport 1030 Delta Blvd

Atlanta, Georgia, 30354,

United States

800-323- 2323

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Delta Air Lines Patents

Delta Air Lines has filed 12 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Bones of the pelvis
  • Actuators
  • Aerodynamics
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

2/20/2020

6/14/2022

Optical devices, Gas turbines, Aerodynamics, Fiber optics, Aircraft engines

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Application Date

2/20/2020

Grant Date

6/14/2022

Title

Related Topics

Optical devices, Gas turbines, Aerodynamics, Fiber optics, Aircraft engines

Status

Grant

Latest Delta Air Lines News

VIRGIN ATLANTIC UPDATES GENDER IDENTITY POLICY, ALLOWING PEOPLE TO WEAR UNIFORMS THAT EXPRESS THEIR TRUE IDENTITY

Sep 28, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article Virgin Atlantic announces an update to its gender identity policy and removes requirement for its people to wear gendered uniform options The policy, effective today, champions the individuality of Virgin Atlantic's people by enabling them to wear the clothing that expresses how they identify or present themselves. This follows previous changes including optional make up and allowing visible tattoos for crew members and its front line people In addition to the policy, wider updates include the introduction of optional pronoun badges, ticketing system amends to allow for passport holders with gender neutral gender markers to use their gender codes and titles, mandatory inclusivity training for staff and training in destination with tourism and hotel partners It comes as research* finds that allowing staff to embrace their individuality at work increases mental wellbeing (49%), feelings of happiness (65%) and creates a better experience for staff and customers (24%) View and download campaign video https://virg.in/ojnd View and download social campaign video https://virg.in/ojnR LONDON, Sept. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Virgin Atlantic has launched its updated gender identity policy, giving its crew, pilots, and ground team the option to choose which of the iconic uniforms, designed by Vivienne Westwood, best represents them – no matter their gender, gender identity, or gender expression. Crew members (left to right) Jamie Forsstroem, Tania Wiks, Alison Porte, Leigh Dixon, Gary Ogden join TV personality, Michelle Visage, to showcase Virgin Atlantic's gender identity uniform policy and pronoun badges, rolled out across the airline for colleagues from today. Reflecting the diversity of the workforce and in a move that cements its position as the most inclusive airline in the skies, Virgin Atlantic will offer its people a fluid approach to its red and burgundy uniforms, meaning LGBTQ+ colleagues will be able to choose either the red or the burgundy uniform, depending on which best reflects themselves. The announcement is part of an ongoing drive to champion the individuality of its people and customers and is complemented by the roll out of optional pronoun badges for all its people and those traveling with the airline. This move enables everyone to clearly communicate and be addressed by their pronouns. The badges will be available to teams and customers from today and customers simply need to ask for their preferred badge at the check in desk or in the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse. Virgin Atlantic has also updated its ticketing systems to allow for those who hold passports with gender neutral gender markers to select 'U' or 'X' gender codes on their booking as well as the gender-neutral title, 'Mx.' In lieu of passports with gender neutral gender markers being available for all, Virgin Atlantic is implementing a longer-term plan to amend communication preferences to ensure customers are addressed by their preferred pronouns across all touchpoints. Mandatory inclusivity training will also be rolled out for its people at all levels across Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Atlantic Holidays as well as a series of inclusivity learning initiatives for tourism partners and hotels within destinations such as the Caribbean to ensure all our customers feel welcome despite barriers to LGBTQ+ equality. Launched as part of its 'Be Yourself' agenda, the airline has already unveiled a series of industry-leading inclusivity initiatives for its people to ensure they can truly be themselves at work and feel comfortable in their roles. This latest addition follows a decision in 2019 to offer cabin crew the choice whether to wear make-up as well as the option to wear trousers and flat shoes. More recently the airline lifted restrictions around allowing visible tattoos for crew members and its front line people. Jaime Forsstroem, Cabin Crew at Virgin Atlantic commented: "The updated gender identity policy is so important to me. As a non-binary person, it allows me to be myself at work and have the choice in what uniform I wear." Michelle Visage, Tanya Compas, Talulah-Eve and Tyreece Nye have teamed up with Virgin Atlantic to showcase the new policy in a stylised fashion shoot that has been released today. Michelle Visage commented: "As the mother of a non-binary child, and as an ally to the LGBTQ+ community, these efforts by Virgin Atlantic to further inclusivity for its people are extremely important and personal to me. People feel empowered when they are wearing what best represents them, and this gender identity policy allows people to embrace who they are and bring their full selves to work." The announcement comes as research finds that enabling employees to express their true selves at work boosts happiness (65%), increases mental wellbeing (49%), creates a more positive workplace culture (36%) and provides a better experience for customers (24%). Employees also reported feeling more accepted and comfortable when able to be their true selves at work (26%) and an increased sense of loyalty to their employer (21%). The airline's initiatives also include an update of its existing trans inclusion policies, which already allows time off for medical treatments related to gender transition, personal choice of changing & shower facilities that align with the gender a person identifies as and co-creation of a personalised transitioning plan. Juha Jarvinen, Virgin Atlantic's Chief Commercial Officer says, "At Virgin Atlantic, we believe that everyone can take on the world, no matter who they are. That's why it's so important that we enable our people to embrace their individuality and be their true selves at work. It is for that reason that we want to allow our people to wear the uniform that best suits them and how they identify and ensure our customers are addressed by their preferred pronouns." To find out more about Virgin Atlantic's inclusivity commitments head to https://virg.in/oji6  or follow the airline on Instagram , Facebook  and Twitter . *Data conducted by 3Gem on behalf of Virgin Atlantic between September 5-6, 2022, polling 2,000 adults aged 18+ across the UK. About Virgin Atlantic Virgin Atlantic was founded by entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson in 1984, with innovation and amazing customer service at its core. In 2021, Virgin Atlantic was voted Britain's only Global Five Star Airline by APEX for the fifth year running in the Official Airline Ratings. Headquartered in London, it employs 6,500 people worldwide, flying customers to 27 destinations across four continents. Alongside shareholder and Joint Venture partner Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic operates a leading transatlantic network, with onward connections to over 200 cities around the world. On 3 February 2020, Air France-KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic launched an expanded Joint Venture, offering a comprehensive route network, convenient flight schedules, competitive fares and reciprocal frequent flyer benefits, including the ability to earn and redeem miles across all carriers. Sustainability remains central to the airline and since September 2019, Virgin Atlantic has welcomed seven brand new Airbus A350-1000 aircraft, helping to transform the fleet into one of the youngest, quietest and most fuel efficient in the sky. By 2022, the airline will operate a streamlined fleet of 38 twin engine aircraft following the retirement of its B747-400s and A340-600s, making its simplified fleet 10% more efficient than before the Covid-19 crisis impacted. For more information visit www.virginatlantic.com or via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @virginatlantic. SOURCE Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd ×

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  • When was Delta Air Lines founded?

    Delta Air Lines was founded in 1928.

  • Where is Delta Air Lines's headquarters?

    Delta Air Lines's headquarters is located at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl Airport, Atlanta.

  • What is Delta Air Lines's latest funding round?

    Delta Air Lines's latest funding round is IPO.

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