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Delta flies to more than 325 destinations worldwide, using ten hubs in the United States and three international hubs. This global spread makes it the ideal choice for travellers flying across the US and for global travel to most major cities, whether for business or pleasure. The American hubs include John F Kennedy Airport serving New York City, Los Angeles International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, while outside the US Delta uses hubs in Amsterdam, Paris and Tokyo. Delta Airlines flights offer those passengers who choose this airline its commitment to:
From humble beginnings with one crop dusting aircraft, the Delta Airlines of the 21st century operates more than 800 state of the art passenger planes. Delta Airlines flights are made with, among others, the largest fleets of Boeing 717, Boeing 757 and McDonnell Douglas MD-88 aircraft in the world. The airline has more wide body Airbus A330 planes than any other US airline. This wide variety of aircraft and the number of destinations that Delta flies to makes it the ideal choice for business or leisure travellers seeking flights to United States.
Delta Airlines has the longest directly traceable history of any American airline and it is justly proud of its reputation for service and punctuality. This explains why many frequent fliers choose the airline over and over again.
The price of flights with DELTA varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in Australia for a flight with DELTA is $1,587.
The most popular airlines in Australia are Virgin Australia, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates.
The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from Australia with DELTA is Edmonton.
Flying with DELTA, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in Australia is Melbourne.