As of 2015, travel destinations and connection locations that Delta Airlines commonly serves include Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Detroit, New York City and Minneapolis/St. Paul. International destinations include Amsterdam, London, Frankfurt, Munich and Venice. Delta provides a map of its worldwide travel destinations on its website.Continue Reading
The Detroit Metropolitan Airport is an important Delta hub in Great Lakes region. Delta Airlines mainly uses the airport's McNamara Terminal. As with the airline's other destinations, travelers can book flights to and from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport on the Delta Airline's website by clicking on the Book A Trip link and by choosing an airport of origin, a destination airport and the time frame of travel. The website then provides a list of flight options.
The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is another major Delta Airlines hub. The airport website provides a reservation phone number for Delta passengers to call, and users of the website can view terminal maps to find their gates. The Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport provides Delta flights for those living in the Twin Cities area. Delta gates are located in Terminal 1.
As of 2015, Delta Airlines and Delta Connection carriers fly to 325 locations in more than 60 countries worldwide.Learn more about Geography