Atlantic Southeast Airlines to Operate From Main Terminal at Love Field Beginning May 1, 2001

ASA Moves Operation From Legend Executive Terminal



Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from Delta Connection, Inc.

    DALLAS and FORT WORTH, Texas, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Connection
 carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta
 Air Lines (NYSE:   DAL), will move its operations from the Legend Executive
 Terminal to the main terminal at Dallas Love Field on May 1, 2001.
     At the main terminal, ASA will operate from Gates 21 and 22.  Customers
 who have booked travel on ASA will be contacted about the change in gate
 locations.
     "ASA's new operation at the main terminal is in response to changes in the
 local market and consistent with our commitment to provide customers the most
 effective and efficient service possible," said Larry Beck, ASA vice president
 - Properties and Facilities.  "We thank the City of Dallas for their
 cooperation in reaching this new agreement, and for their support as we make
 necessary modifications to the new gate facilities at the main terminal."
     The airline will continue to operate 50-passenger Canadair regional jets
 on all daily flights between Love Field and Atlanta.  ASA has operated daily
 nonstop Canadair regional jet service between Dallas Love Field's Legend
 Executive Terminal and Atlanta since July 2000.  The airline's May schedule at
 Love Field includes four daily nonstop regional jet flights to Atlanta.
     ASA operates more than 650 flights each day to 78 airports in 25 states,
 Canada, and Mexico.  Founded in 1979, ASA has operated as a Delta Connection
 carrier since 1984 and carried more than 6 million passengers during calendar
 year 2000.  The airline operates a fleet of 113 aircraft and employs more than
 4,000 aviation professionals across its route system.
     Delta Connection, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines,
 manages the Delta Connection carrier program.  Delta Connection carriers
 include wholly owned subsidiaries Atlantic Southeast Airlines and Comair, and
 additional regional carriers ACJet and SkyWest.  With 166 regional jets in
 service, Delta Connection carriers operate the largest fleet of regional jets
 in the world.  For more information visit delta.com .
 
 

SOURCE Delta Connection, Inc.
    DALLAS and FORT WORTH, Texas, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Connection
 carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta
 Air Lines (NYSE:   DAL), will move its operations from the Legend Executive
 Terminal to the main terminal at Dallas Love Field on May 1, 2001.
     At the main terminal, ASA will operate from Gates 21 and 22.  Customers
 who have booked travel on ASA will be contacted about the change in gate
 locations.
     "ASA's new operation at the main terminal is in response to changes in the
 local market and consistent with our commitment to provide customers the most
 effective and efficient service possible," said Larry Beck, ASA vice president
 - Properties and Facilities.  "We thank the City of Dallas for their
 cooperation in reaching this new agreement, and for their support as we make
 necessary modifications to the new gate facilities at the main terminal."
     The airline will continue to operate 50-passenger Canadair regional jets
 on all daily flights between Love Field and Atlanta.  ASA has operated daily
 nonstop Canadair regional jet service between Dallas Love Field's Legend
 Executive Terminal and Atlanta since July 2000.  The airline's May schedule at
 Love Field includes four daily nonstop regional jet flights to Atlanta.
     ASA operates more than 650 flights each day to 78 airports in 25 states,
 Canada, and Mexico.  Founded in 1979, ASA has operated as a Delta Connection
 carrier since 1984 and carried more than 6 million passengers during calendar
 year 2000.  The airline operates a fleet of 113 aircraft and employs more than
 4,000 aviation professionals across its route system.
     Delta Connection, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines,
 manages the Delta Connection carrier program.  Delta Connection carriers
 include wholly owned subsidiaries Atlantic Southeast Airlines and Comair, and
 additional regional carriers ACJet and SkyWest.  With 166 regional jets in
 service, Delta Connection carriers operate the largest fleet of regional jets
 in the world.  For more information visit delta.com .
 
 SOURCE  Delta Connection, Inc.