Delta Air Lines Brings Spirit of Delta Aircraft to Boston
Spirit of Delta will fly around Beantown one more time for customers, employees and local charity
In 1982, Delta employees, retirees and friends began collecting donations to purchase a plane for Delta in support of the company in the midst of a weak economy and poor economic performance. The Spirit of Delta, as it was later named, has come to be a symbol for Delta’s heritage.
The Spirit of Delta was Delta’s first Boeing 767-200 aircraft and was purchased for $30 million.
Delta is bringing the Spirit of Delta to Boston as it embarks on its final tour through the Delta system as a thank you to Delta employees for all of their hard work and dedication. The aircraft will conduct a “circle flight” with employees, customers and volunteers from an important local charity for Delta, the American Red Cross.
WHO: Delta Boston Station Manager Bob Bodish
Delta Senior Vice President of Human Resources Beth Johnston
Boston Logan International Airport Director Tom Kinton
WHAT: Delta Air Lines brings Spirit of Delta to Boston to operate “circle flight” for customers, employees and volunteers from the American Red Cross.
WHEN: Friday, February 24, 2006
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
WHERE: Boston Logan International Airport, Terminal A – Gate 18
Note: Media must receive a gate pass from Delta in order to attend event, so please RSVP to 404-715-2554 at least one hour prior to event. Media are welcome to fly on the “circle flight.”
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- Delta Air Lines
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