The changes will affect Essential Air Service markets that Delta serves through its Delta Connection regional-airline partners.

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According to Delta, it will be the first U.S. domestic carrier to deploy Wi-Fi across its entire mainline and regional aircraft fleets with two classes of service.

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Should the merger be concluded, SkyWest, Inc. will own airlines that operate just under 700 aircraft – all but 48 of them jets – and SkyWest will be by far the biggest regional airline group in the world.

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Delta Air Lines will launch twice-daily non-stop service between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky on September 7.

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This winter, Delta Air Lines will expand its seasonal Atlanta non-stop service to Montrose/Telluride in Colorado from Saturday-only to daily service beginning on December 18.

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Delta Air Lines plans to make First Class service available on all U.S. domestic flights longer than 750 miles, or about two-and-a-half hours of flight time, beginning this fall. When the upgrade is complete, 50 routes that currently feature Delta Connection flights with only one class of service will be upgraded to two-cabin aircraft with First and Economy Class service.

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Delta Air Lines will increase westbound service from three North Dakota cities to Delta’s Salt Lake City hub with its summer 2010 schedule.

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Delta Air Lines says it will invest $1 billion, or about $300 million per year, through mid-2013 to improve customer experience in the air and on the ground ― and also to improve the fuel efficiency of more than 170 aircraft in its fleet.

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