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As New York's biggest airline, Delta has spent more than $2 billion on New York City Airport, making it a leader in enhancing the travel experiences of a constantly increasing number of New Yorkers. In 2013, Delta opened a $1.2 billion JFK 4 facility at Delta 4; a further $200 million in 2015 was added by 11 gate and 75,000 sqm investments in JFK 4 as well as a refurbished check-in hangar and console holding facilities in JFK 2.
From its hub at New York's JFK and LaGuardia airport, the carrier provides more than 500 daily flights to more than 130 global cities. Delta's JFK clients can enjoy an accelerated, smooth ride that begins and ends in one of BLADE's three Manhattan helicopter terminals, where they can unwind in a full-service full -service hotel before their five-minute outing.
After landing, a member of Delta's Elite Services staff greets the client, collects the luggage and accompanies him from the helicopter via the waiting area to the departures station and accelerates safety release as he drives to his leaving plane. If it is Delta flying season, the client will be accompanied to his place on aboard.
JFK Delta clients, which include clients with cross-continental connections from Los Angeles and San Francisco and transatlantic London services, can also benefit from a smooth helicopter transport adventure. Delta's Elite Services meets clients on the Delta Jumbo when they leave a Delta aircraft or immediately after clearance, luggage claim and transportation to the doors of a helicopter on hold for a five-minute Manhattan outing.
Delta makes the most of the improvements Delta has made to its customers' experiences with a new product, the Bleed Partner. It is part of a multi-billion Dollar $1 million capital expenditure that will include a new seat refurbishment programme with new seating, backrest seating with free seating and high performance luggage compartments, Wi-Fi connectivity on almost all planes, free main compartment dining on selected planes, improved free main compartment snacks, Delta One culinary dishes, a season winery programme, an Alessi-designed range of service items and crockery and much more.
Delta is planning to expand its grounds based wing by almost 250 new planes in the next few years. It has also opened new Delta Sky Club facilities in Denver, Atlanta and Seattle and refurbished the clubs in Nashville, Dallas, Newark and Minneapolis-St. Paul. Meanwhile, Delta is invested in airport improvement programmes in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York and Salt Lake City and in piloting and implementing an expanded Atlanta boardsing capability.