Comair Taking Steps to Prevent Recurrence of 2004 Holiday Travel Disruption

CINCINNATI, March 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Comair has issued the following statement to coincide with today’s release of the U.S. Department of Transportation Inspector General’s (DOTIG) report on flight disruptions during the 2004 holiday travel period:

Comair regrets the inconvenience to customers caused by a chain of events that stemmed from extremely severe winter weather during the holidays. Comair cooperated fully with the DOTIG investigation and has taken steps to prevent similar occurrences in the future as part of the airline’s ongoing commitment to operational and customer service excellence. Comair is grateful to the Department for recognizing the exceptional efforts of Comair employees to assist customers during an extremely challenging situation.

Comair is a Delta Connection carrier and wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) . The airline employs more than 6,000 dedicated aviation professionals and operates 1,150 flights a day to 116 destinations in the United States, Canada and the Bahamas.

For further information, please contact Comair Corporate Communications at 859-767-1500.

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