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Delta offers double miles from Seattle to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas

SkyMiles members can register to receive Bonus Miles on flights through October 2014

ATLANTA, Oct. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) will offer SkyMiles members the opportunity to earn double miles from Seattle to San Francisco, Los Angeles or Las Vegas on all Delta-marketed and Delta or Delta Connection-operated flights through Oct. 31, 2014. SkyMiles members must register in advance by no later than Dec. 31, 2013 at delta.com/seattledoublemiles to be eligible for the promotion prior to travel.

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"We're inviting SkyMiles members to celebrate one of Delta's fastest growing global cities by earning double miles on our newest Seattle routes," said Jeff Robertson, vice president – SkyMiles. "These new flights and expanded service allows Delta to enhance Seattle's presence and provide customers with another reason to experience Delta's award winning product."

Registered SkyMiles members may earn unlimited bonus miles during the promotional period for travel booked prior to Dec. 31, 2013. Members may begin or end their travel in any city to earn bonus miles on flights from Seattle to San Francisco, Los Angeles or Las Vegas.

A portion of travel for some itineraries may be on the Delta Connection carriers SkyWest Airlines and Compass Airlines.

Now in its 32nd year, SkyMiles is one of the longest-running and most successful loyalty programs in the travel industry and Delta is the only network carrier that offers program benefits such as unlimited complimentary domestic upgrades including award tickets, no mileage expiration, an industry-leading Diamond Medallion published tier and rollover Medallion Qualification Miles. Members earn miles by flying Delta, Delta Shuttle, Delta Connection carriers, SkyTeam partners and other airline partners.

The program offers mileage-building opportunities through more than 100 worldwide SkyMiles partners, including hotels and car rental companies. Delta offers many ways to redeem miles, including award travel on Delta and 28 airline partners, or through donation of miles to various charities through Delta's SkyWish programs. For more information on the SkyMiles program, visit delta.com/skymiles.

About Delta
Delta Air Lines serves more than 160 million customers each year. Delta was named by Fortune magazine as the most admired airline worldwide in its 2013 World's Most Admired Companies airline industry list, topping the list for the second time in three years. With an industry-leading global network, Delta and the Delta Connection carriers offer service to 312 destinations in 56 countries on six continents. Headquartered in Atlanta, Delta employs nearly 80,000 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 700 aircraft. The airline is a founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance and participates in the industry's leading trans-Atlantic joint venture with Air France-KLM and Alitalia. Including its worldwide alliance partners, Delta offers customers more than 15,000 daily flights, with hubs in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York-LaGuardia, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Salt Lake City and Tokyo-Narita. Delta is investing more than $3 billion in airport facilities and global products, services and technology to enhance the customer experience in the air and on the ground. Additional information is available on delta.com, Twitter @Delta, Google.com/+Delta and Facebook.com/delta.

Terms and Conditions
To participate in this public offer, customers must be a new or existing SkyMiles member and must first register online and book by December 31, 2013 (ending 11:59:59 PM, U.S. CDT on 12/31/13), and fly between October 18, 2013, and October 31, 2014. This offer is nontransferable. Promotional registration is required before purchasing and taking flight, and only tickets purchased (following promotional registration) will qualify for this bonus.

Customers must book by December 31, 2013, then fly on Delta or Delta Connection-marketed and -operated flights to or from Seattle and the following cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas between October 18, 2013, and October 31, 2014, and earn double bonus miles on all flight segments purchased with a published fare that earns full mileage accrual. There is no limit to the bonus miles that can be earned within the qualification period. Travel may originate or terminate in any city; however, bonus miles will only be earned based on travel flown on Delta-operated flights to or from Seattle and the eligible cities listed. Codeshare flights operated by carriers other than Delta or Delta Connection are excluded from this offer.

Travel must be between October 18, 2013, and October 31, 2014. All travel must be completed by October 31, 2014.

All SkyMiles program rules apply. Certain unpublished fares are not eligible for promotional participation. Customers may visit delta.com for more details and specific restrictions. Offers void where prohibited by law. Other restrictions may apply. Offers and benefits are subject to change without notice. Bonus miles do not count toward Medallion status or Million Miler status. Bonus applies only to the traveling SkyMiles member. This offer cannot be combined with other Delta/SkyTeam offers. To review the rules, please visit Membership Guide & Program Rules. Taxes and fees for Award Travel are the responsibility of the passenger and must be paid at the time the ticket is booked. Partner offers subject to the terms and conditions of each individual offer.

SOURCE Delta Air Lines

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