We’re excited to share that installations are complete at our hubs in Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Memphis and Minneapolis/St. Paul. Our top 3 project locations–Atlanta, Detroit and Minneapolis/St. Paul–now have 657 units installed. Overall, about 903 units or 75% of the project is complete!
Fun fact: In Atlanta, we ran more than 2 miles of conduit and more than 20 miles of wiring.
We know that with each electronic device you travel with comes an added challenge when you’re at the airport–finding a place to re-charge! That’s why beginning today and continuing through the early part of 2011 we’re excited to announce we’ll be installing a variety of re-charging options for our customers in nineteen airports across the U.S. including all seven of our domestic hubs.
Here’s what you can expect to see:
- Two Delta re-charging stations at each passenger gate area
- Each station features six standard 110 volt outlets and two USB ports per station
- Recharging pads in all domestic Delta Sky Club locations designed for smartphones and mobile devices (many locations already have these—just check at the reception desk for your preferred adapter!)
Gate area re-charging stations will be installed in the following cities soon: Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York-JFK and Salt Lake City as well as Boston, Columbus, OH; Hartford, CT; Indianapolis; Los Angeles; Nashville; Norfolk, VA; Omaha, NE; Pittsburgh, Portland, OR; Seattle and St. Louis.
These updates are part of our $2 billion overall investment to improve our airport facilities, aircraft fleets and onboard services through 2013, and another great example of how we’re working to create a better airline and bring you a better travel experience!
We’re excited to hear what you think about our latest additions. What other things would be helpful while you’re at the airport?
Plug in and enjoy!
Manager – Airport Experience