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Facts about the Delta Connection


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Facts about the Delta Connection

Delta Connection is a brand name of a regional airline for Delta Airlines. It is founded in 1984 as a mode on broadening the Delta network to smaller markets through regional airline tie-ups. On March 1 1984, the Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) started Delta Connection Service, from Atlanta, and after that a substantial presence at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.Mainline carriers, most of the time, benefit to regional airlines to engage in services in order for them to increase frequency, serve routes that would not sustain larger aircraft or other competitive reasons.

From May 11, 1999 to September 7, 2005, the Atlantic Southeast Airlines is fully owned supplementary of Delta Airlines under Delta Connection Inc, when it was acquired and was purchased by SkyWest, Inc., the parent company of SkyWest Airlines.

From March 1, 1984 to June 1, 1986, Ransome Airlines operated Delta Connection flights, when Pan Am acquired it. On September 1, 1984, Com Air started to service Delta Connection. Com Air became a fully owned supplementary of Delta Airlines.

From June 1, 1984 to December 14, 1986, Rio Airways starts to operate Delta Connection flights. However, the airline declared bankruptcy.

From June 1, 1986 to March 15, 2000, Business Express Airlines started to operate Delta Connection flights in the Northern U.S and Canada. In the year 1999, the company was acquired by AMR Corporation, and it was in the year 2000 that it was unified with the American Eagle Airlines.

From March 1998 to March 2000, Trans States Airlines operated Delta Connection flights from the key cities Boston and New York.

Atlantic Coast Airlines ended service as a Delta Connection carrier on November 2, 2004.

It was announced by Express Jet that they will start service Delta Connection on March 1, 2007. Express Jet would operate 10 Embraer ERJ 145XR under the Delta Connection banner starting June 2007 flights from Los Angeles International Airport.

Also, Delta Connection has a flight school named Delta Connection Academy. This is fully owned by Delta Airlines Inc., until such time, it was sold sometime in 2009. The Delta Connection Academy was located in SanFord, Florida on the grounds of the Orlando Sanford International Airport.All of the airlines mentioned above werebeing served by the students in the flight school. The Delta Connection Academy-trained pilots for over 30 other airlines all over the world. The school also issues and provide more Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certificates.

These are the airlines that currently operate Delta Connection: Compass Airlines, Endeavor Air, Express Jet, GoJet Airlines, Shuttle America and SkyWest Airlines. These airlines offer chartered flight services.

Chartered flights can provide you remarkable experience and can even go beyond. They offer a laid-back vibe and total relaxation while you’re on the air, which might seem impossible to achieve in commercial flights due to numerous passengers. So, before booking your next flight, it is wise to compare if which is more apt for you: chartered flight or a commercial one.