Delta Airlines Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

Delta Airlines Corporate Office Headquarters HQ
1030 Delta Blvd.
Atlanta, Georgia 30354 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-404-715-2600
Fax Number: n/a
Customer Service Number: 1-800-221-1212
Email: Online Only

Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 20706
Atlanta, GA 30320-6001

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  1. Delta's attempt to make consumers use up miles by buying magazines is disappointing and disgusting!!

  2. My first connecting flight in Atlanta was delayed by one hour, then sat on the tarmack for probably another 30 mins which made me arrive an hour and a half later than expected to BWI which then caused the person picking me up to wait an extra hour and a half. Why? No explanation given. My time is just as valuable as Deltas. THEN...... my returning flight leaving BWI was delayed 4 hours due to weather in Atlanta. Once in Atlanta, I was again delayed, delayed, delayed, delayed, delayed, over and over. I was supposed to arrive in Tucson at approx. 9pm last night, but instead, arrived at 6:30 this morning. Had you just cancelled the flight initially, I could have gotten a hotel and good nights sleep, instead, I had to stay up all night and watch for the new departure time, which at 2am was then moved to 6am. That stinks. I don't understand why another plane couldn't be brought in to take us to Atlanta when the weather had clearly improved. It was such a mess with people sleeping all over the airport and well over 100 people in the Delta customer service / reservation line. I understand the storms were bad in Atlanta, but pick up the slack and get people where they need to be once the storm passed. There is no excuse for so many people to be stranded in an airport for 18-24 hours. After that, we board the plane, they give us stale snack mix that has no taste at all. In all my years of travelling, I have NEVER had to sit and wait and wait for the unknown like I had to yesterday and today. There is a lot of competition out there, DELTA, better step it up a bit.

  3. I recently was given a Delta Airlines Anniversary offer to receive 2 Delta Airline tickets. The offer takes one through a process that includes forcing one to give personal information and marketing scams that force you to claim if you want the free offer. I find this to not only be misleading but a marketing scheme to get information and people to purchase things that have nothing to do with Delta Airlines. I am very disappointed with this program to scheme for customers and their personal information. I expect Delta airlines to provide me with the airlines tickets that was advertised and promised. I do not want to report this as a scam on the part of Delta Airlines but this offer does use your logo, etc. so it appears to be Delta Airlines who is making this offer. The following is what I was persuaded to post on my Facebook Timeline:
    I would appreciate a response as soon as possible.

  4. Getting a customer service operator to answer is a doozy, is alful ,what do one have to do to speak to an English person?


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