Delta Signs on Again With Worldspan

Worldspan and Delta Air Lines have completed a new long-term distribution agreement, affirming Worldspan's Super Access Product as a preferred distribution program for the airline through June 2013. The agreement provides for the distribution of Delta's products and services, including fares and inventory from the Delta Shuttle and Delta Connection brands, through the Worldspan GDS. As part of the agreement, Delta will participate in all of Worldspan's distribution products for travel agency and corporate customers in the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Worldspan subscribers in those regions will have the opportunity to access all of Delta's published fares and related inventory, including those offered through other GDSs and distributors, web fares offered at delta.com and third-party web sites and private fares where applicable. The new distribution agreement serves travel buyers throughout Worldspan's distribution network, including travel agency and corporate customers, business travelers who book trips online using Worldspan Trip Manager XE and all Worldspan-connected travel Web sites.

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