Ticketing Agent (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – July 12, 2016
The airport was a great place to work, you're able to grow in the company and you'll have multiple jobs that way it is never boring. The benefits were great, you're able to travel all around the world the only con with that you're on stand-by so you migh make your flight and you might not
BTW Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN and Detroit MI – March 5, 2016
A day at Delta was a rollercoaster ride with changing work rules everyday.Delta didn't like the employees that worked for Northwest airlines. They treated us like we were their enemy. although they gave us a bonus. The new people that they hired weren't accountable for anything they did. They were allowed to sit there and watch everyone else work. And the department managers, told us we couldn't say anything to them.
Service Desk Specialist II/Analyst/Lead (Current Employee) – Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN – March 25, 2016
Loved working with Delta, but unfortunately my position was relocated to Atlanta and I was not able to make the move. Tried to find another position in Minneapolis but seems like they are moving all of IT south. Loved going to my job and working with the people I did. Great work environment and learned a ton.
If you like to travel, working for any airline is the place!
Reservation and Ticketing Agent (Former Employee) – Praha – April 5, 2016
Great place to work! Great team who later became life time friends. There was always something new to learn. Delta Air Lines made sure we got proper and good amount of training to provide excellent customer service.
Captain, B 777 International pilot (Former Employee) – Detroit, Los Angeles, Atlanta – March 2, 2016
A line pilot typically works long, 12 hour days but enjoys in excess of 12-14 days off a month. Many opportunities to advance, learn. Instructor positions, marketing, office jobs available to those who would like to serve and lead. Movement in the seniority list is assured for the next 10 years as DAL retires upwards of 500 pilots a year.
Great time off, profit sharing, great people to work with
Airport Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 20, 2016
Long hard days dealing with bags and airplanes. I've learned you have to pace yourself or you will get burnt out quickly. Management could be a real obstacle at times. The hardest part of the job is management. The most enjoyable part of the job is the pay and the flight benefits.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30349 – June 22, 2016
worked on the domestic ramp and bagroom, at one point was responsible for transferring baggage to next available flight to meet passenger if missed connecting flight. Maintained transfer bags for connecting flights
Auditor/Department 267 (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 9, 2016
Delta does not promote from within the more qualified people. The good old boy/girl system is still alive and well. Preferential treatment is given to personnel who have been through black belt training over college educated personnel.
Customer Service Agent/ Supervisor (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – March 22, 2016
Fun place to work. Great management leadership, great benefits, room for advancement. the pay was good and teamwork was provided. I love providing customer service and meeting new people over the phone. I love to make people smile and hang out with my coworkers. Delta was an excellent place to work.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – May 18, 2016
Delta Air Lines was a thrilling company to work for. Each day I felt that my contributions would reach the front lines, making a meaningful impact, whether it was changes made in customer facing systems or employee facing systems.
Supply Attendant (Current Employee) – College Park, GA – May 30, 2016
I move packages/ plane parts from one department to another. Mostly, we ship needed plane parts to other Delta hub stations around the world. I have gotten more in detail about the shipping process from start to ending.