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Delta Air Lines Recognized as Best Airline to North America by Grupo Companhia

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SÃO PAULO, Brazil, Feb. 28, 2013 –Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) was recognized as the “Best Airline to North America” award on the Prêmio Destaque Companhia de Viagem, delivered by Grupo Companhia, responsible for travel magazine and television show Companhia de Viagem. In its second edition, the award was created to recognize the best tourism services for Brazilian customers in 15 categories.

“We are excited to receive this recognition because it is a testament to our efforts to become the best U.S. airline in Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Nicolas Ferri, Delta´s vice president— Latin America and the Caribbean. “Being recognized by travel industry peers echoes the preference that customers are demonstrating by selecting Delta Air Lines for their business and leisure travel to and from Latin America.”

The award ceremony took place last night at Museu Brasileiro da Escultura – Mube, and the winners were announced by Marcio Moraes, CEO of Grupo Companhia, TV show presenter and master of ceremonies for the event. Christophe Didier, Delta´s Director- Brazil and Multi National Accounts, received the award on behalf of Delta.

“Delta is honored to be recognized as the Best Airline to North America by Companhia de Viagem. I want to thank our Brazilian team for their relentless dedication to excellence and to Delta’s vision to become the best airline in Latin America and the Caribbean,” Didier said. “Delta values greatly customer feedback and the recognition proves that when you listen to your customers and invest in their comfort and experience, their preference and loyalty follow.”

“I am thrilled to be honoring Delta Air Lines as the Best Airline to North America at the most important travel awards in Brazil, Prêmio Destaque Companhia de Viagem Brazilians are traveling more than ever before, with North America being the number 1 international destination,” said Marcio Moraes, CEO of Grupo Companhia. “Delta Air Lines’ commitment to the passengers is superior in the industry, as shown through their outstanding service and technological innovation. It is clear that each traveler is Delta’s number one priority, making them an easy choice for our number one airline to North America.”

Delta has invested $3 billion over the last two years to improve customer experience, and also made an investment in strategic regional partnerships such as the one with GOL. Through its alliance with GOL, Delta offers access to more interior Brazil destination points than any other U.S. airline. Delta customers can travel to 21 cities through Brazil covering 99 percent of the destinations passengers traveling from the U.S. want to visit. Delta operates 35 nonstop weekly flights between Brazil and the U.S., including from Atlanta, Detroit and New York-JFK to Sao Paulo, as well as from Atlanta to Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia.



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