DELTA STATEMENT - Tucson News Now

DELTA STATEMENT

"We have the utmost respect and admiration for our active duty military and veterans who make tremendous sacrifices to protect and sustain the freedoms we enjoy every day; and our Delta team is typically very good at showing their respect through various means of recognition. Unfortunately, we failed in this situation." - Delta Airlines Vice President of Customer Care

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