You’re on the move, so are we. Sometimes, your journey takes you to the Hill and sometimes it takes you around the country. Wherever you travel, you deserve an airline that moves at your speed, offering travel benefits that make a difference. With Delta, you’ll find more D.C. routes and amenities, cutting-edge travel technology and an airline creating more jobs — both here in D.C. and around the country.
Whether you’re flying out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) or Dulles International Airport (IAD), see the benefits of flying Delta from D.C.
When you choose to fly Delta, you take away more than excellent service and a comfortable flight, you contribute to our charitable work around the country. With each ticket, you will help contribute more than $40 million to charities in 2017 — many of which are located right here in D.C.
We’re proud to announce new Delta transcontinental flights from D.C. to Los Angeles. Each transcontinental flight offers our exclusive Delta One® experience, a luxurious cabin with the only flat-bed seats from DCA to LAX.
Now CLEAR® members can quickly check into the DCA Delta Sky Club® using only a fingerprint with biometric entry. Located in Terminal B at Ronald Reagan National Airport, the Club is the perfect place to unwind in comfort before a flight. Club Members enjoy expanded seating, a refreshed food and beverage area plus even more.
Commuting to or from New York? Enjoy our Delta Shuttle experience between DCA and LGA, departing on an hourly basis. Offering a faster, exclusive check-in area, plus onboard amenities like complimentary cocktails & premium snacks.
At Delta, we’re constantly working to offer features and innovations that save you time and make a real difference in your travel day — especially for our busiest customers.
Delta makes travel easier than ever before with the award-winning Fly Delta app. Access your eBoarding Pass, live bag tracking, interactive airport maps and more.
We’re bringing D.C. the best on-time performance1 among U.S. global airlines. We respect your time, continually improving operations to keep you moving.
We’re innovating for our customers and employees. We engineered an in-flight app that tracks the weather for pilots — helping them navigate around turbulence.
We introduced RFID bag tracking3 — a smart tag that lets you track your bag in real-time from the Fly Delta app. It leads to 99% of luggage arriving on time, every time.
From continually adding jobs to sharing our profits year-after-year, we’re committed to doing right by our employees — so they can do right by our customers in D.C. and across the country.
From air traffic controllers to flight attendants and our headquarters personnel, we create jobs that people want. We plan to hire up to 25,000 more employees in the next five years.
We couldn’t be prouder of our employees’ efforts, which is why we’ve increased employee pay by 40% since 2008. We’re proud to invest in the people that represent Delta in D.C. and beyond.
Our people are at the heart of our mission, which is why we offered profit-sharing bonuses for our employees three years in a row. In 2016, employees received individual payouts from Delta’s $1.5 billion in profits.
As a national sponsor for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundationopens in a new window, we honor the legacy of the living recipients by providing each of these heroes with our SkyMiles Diamond Medallion® Status and contribute to related initiatives..
Just like air travel, we celebrate the power of sports to bring us together. In 2016, we became the Official Private Jet Carrier of the Washington Nationals and Nationals Dream Foundation. Fans can celebrate with us in the Delta Sky360 Club at Nationals Park.
To support the arts, Delta serves as the official airline of The Kennedy Center Honors.opens in a new window The Kennedy Center gives this annual award to artists for their cultural contributions and lasting impact
We also take pride in supporting a wide-array of other local partners, including the American Red Cross, CARE, Fisher House Foundation, Luke’s Wings, the National Council of Negro Women, Toys for Tots Foundation and USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore.
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1. Based on DOT Air Travel Consumer December 2016 Report statistics for the 12-month period ending October 2016. On-time rate based on domestic flights flown, and compared to global carriers operating transoceanic flights: American Airlines and United Airlines.
2. Based on DOT Air Travel Consumer December 2016 Report statistics for the 12-month period ending October 2016. Completion factor rate based on domestic flights scheduled, and compared to global carriers operating transoceanic flights: American Airlines and United Airlines.