How Is Delta Air Lines Getting Ready for the Paris 2024 Olympics?

The 2024 Olympic Games in Paris are not far away, with Delta Air Lines getting ready to support Team USA anyway they can ahead of this.

Partnerships with 15 of the team’s athlete ambassadors were revealed this week, with the carrier having more plan to support these games moving forward.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Delta Air Lines Partners With 15 Ambassadors Ahead of the Paris Olympics in 2024…

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Delta Air Lines has teamed up with the following 15 ambassadors for the Paris Olympics happening in 2024:

  • Chuck Aoki – Wheelchair Rugby.
  • Allyson Felix – U.S Olympian, Track & Field.
  • Jagger Eaton – Skateboarding.
  • Trevon Jenifer – Wheelchair Basketball.
  • Ashleigh Johnson – Water polo.
  • Chase Kalisz – Swimming.
  • Kaleo Maclay – Sitting volleyball.
  • Ilona Maher – Rugby.
  • Oksana Masters – Para cycling.
  • Victor Montalvo – Breaking.
  • Brooke Raboutou – Sport climbing.
  • Brad Snyder – U.S Paralumpian, Paratriathlon & Para swimming.
  • Gabby Thomas – Track and field.
  • Roderick Townsend – Para track and field.
  • Mallory Weggemann – Para swimming.

“It is an exciting time as the world prepares for competition next summer, and in just a few months Delta will carry these athlete ambassadors along with the rest of Team USA to the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 – connecting the world through sport and competition,” said Delta Chief Marketing Officer Alicia Tillman.

“Each of these athletes personifies what Delta and our people stand for, and we are proud to support them as they keep climbing toward their gold medal dreams.”

The Airline Has A Strong Relationship with Team USA…

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Delta Air Lines will be the official airline of the USA Olympics & Paralympics Team for the Paris games happening in 2024.

On top of this, the airline will also represent the team again for the Milan Winter Games as well as the Olympic & Paralympic Games in Los Angeles, which happens in 2028.

The airline’s role will be to help facilitate travel to Paris from the United States, and to give them a flawless experience in such travel.

They did the same at the Pan American & Parapan American Games in Santiago, Chile, where the carrier hosted the team at the ATL International Terminal.

All eyes will be on how the travel arrangements will go for Team USA ahead of the Paris Olympic & Paralympic Games in 2024.

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