Delta Air Lines Logo History and Evolution

Delta Air Lines Logo History and Evolution. Delta Air Lines, commonly known as Delta, is a major airline in the United States, with its headquarters and its largest operations center at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia.

The airline, together with its subsidiaries and regional affiliates, operates more than 5,400 daily flights and serves an extensive domestic and international network that includes 319 destinations in 54 countries on six continents, until October 2016.
Delta Air Lines Logo History and Evolution 2007

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Delta is one of the four founding members of The SkyTeam airline alliance and operates joint ventures with AeroMexico, Air France-KLM, Alitalia, Korean Air, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia and WestJet. The regional service is operated under the Delta Connection brand.

One of the five remaining legacy carriers, Delta is the sixth oldest operating airline by date of foundation, and the oldest airline still operating in the United States. The history of the company goes back to Huff Daland Dusters, founded in 1924 in Macon, Georgia, as a dust removal operation.

The company moved to Monroe, Louisiana, and was later renamed Delta Air Services, in reference to the nearby Mississippi Delta region, and began providing passenger services on June 17, 1929. Among the predecessors of the current Delta Air Lines, Western Airlines and Northwest Airlines began flying passengers in 1926 and 1927, respectively.

The airline has been evolving its logo dozens times, they are transforming its brand several times. Here are the logo evolution and history.

Delta Air Lines Logo History and Evolution