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Delta’s Flagship for the 1990’s. [~x]
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Delta’s first Boeing 767, named “The Spirit of Delta,” was purchased by employees to show appreciation for their company. She’s currently on display at the Delta Heritage Museum. #throwbackthursdays [~x]

The effort, called Project 767, was spearheaded by three Delta flight attendants to show the employees’ appreciation to Delta for “solid management and strong leadership during the first years following airline deregulation.”
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N809DN, “The Spirit of Seattle.” [x]
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Ship 3714, N384DA. [x]
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Delta’s first Boeing 717, on her final training flight.

Photo by: Shawn Early
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A sneak peak inside of one of Delta’s new B737-900ERs.
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“We can’t fight this feeling any longer, we just love to fly!” [Delta]

Sounds quite familiar to their old “We love to fly, and it shows” slogan in the late 80s!
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uppiluften:

Skyteam logo jet, Habitat for Humanity special jet, Breast Cancer Awareness jet, and an airplane in the old “Colors in Motion” era all in one shot, what?
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Delta CEO Richard Anderson gives up seat to stranded mom. [x]

Anderson paid for the first class seat he gave up on the oversold flight from IAD-ATL. He also helped the passenger with her bags and to her seat. She didn’t realize it was THE Delta CEO until later.

Nice job Delta, and Richard Anderson. ;)