By phoning 1-800-693-3582 and speaking with a customer service agent, interested parties can verify the employment status of former non-retired Delta Air Lines employees. Through the Delta employee website, retired, active, and inactive employees must submit employment verification requests to a third-party agency.
Nearly 80,000 employees are employed by Delta to service the company’s hubs in Atlanta, New York-LaGuardia, New York-JFK, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Cincinnati, Detroit, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Tokyo-Narita, Amsterdam, and Paris-CDG. Pilots, flight attendants, ticketing/gate agents, reservation agents, cargo personnel, baggage handlers, maintenance technicians, and corporate administrative staff are employed by the airline and its subsidiaries.
Delta Air Lines was founded in 1924 as a crop-dusting enterprise in Georgia and did not begin carrying passengers until 1929. The existing regional, national, and international aircraft network transports around 165 million passengers annually. The firm combined with other airlines in order to expand, notably Chicago and Southern Air Lines in 1953, Northeast Airlines in 1972, Western Airlines in 1987, Pan American World Airways in 1991, and Northwest Airlines in 2010. Delta is the oldest American airline still in operation.
Typical employment verification procedures include the company name, job title, start and end dates of work, and salary. Employers use this information to verify the accuracy of a job application’s information.