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DELTA AIR INTRODUCES FREE TRAVEL PROMOTION FOR PASSENGERS TO LONDON; 'Fly to Merrie Olde London, And We'll Throw In the Colonies for Free'

DELTA AIR INTRODUCES FREE TRAVEL PROMOTION FOR PASSENGERS TO LONDON; 'Fly to Merrie Olde London, And We'll Throw In the Colonies for Free'
 DEARBORN, Mich., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) has introduced a promotion offering a free round-trip certificate for travel in North America or the Caribbean for each round-trip ticket purchased on the carrier's daily nonstop flight to London from Detroit and one-stop service from Cleveland.
 Delta's Senior Vice President - Sales Al Kolakowski unveiled the promotion today in Dearborn.
 "This offer represents a tremendous value for travelers in the Detroit area," Kolakowski said. "Not only can passengers take advantage of some great Delta fares to London as low as $358 round trip, but now they will also be given a free trip anywhere Delta flies in the lower 48 states, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean or Bermuda."
 Delta's free round-trip promotion is available to Detroit passengers beginning their travel to London by April 15, 1992. The offer is limited to members of the Delta Frequent Flyer program, in which travelers can enroll instantly by calling their travel agents or Delta. Passengers can even join the Frequent Flyer program when they make their London reservations. In addition, between now and March 31, 1992, Frequent Flyers will receive double the actual mileage on Delta's nonstop service between Detroit and London.
 The offer is good on all published fares, and the free ticket will be issued in the same class of service as that flown to London. Business class passengers will earn free first class tickets if no business cabin exists on their free flights. The award certificates will be mailed out to participating Frequent Flyers on May 22, 1992, and are not valid for travel via the Delta Connection carriers. The free flight may be taken any time between June 5 and Dec. 15, 1992.
 Delta is one of the world's four largest airlines, serving 220 cities in 34 countries around the globe. The carrier's fleet of 544 modern aircraft operates more than 2,850 flights each day.
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 /CONTACT: Neil Curtis of Delta Air Lines, 313-351-4236/
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