Corporate Priority on Partner Airlines   

Corporate priority


The latest milestone to deliver the best international experience for corporate customers, Corporate Priority is now expanding to include more Delta partner airlines- Aeromexico and Virgin Atlantic.  

One year after becoming the first U.S. global airline to align benefits globally for its corporate customers with Air France and KLM, Delta is further extending better business traveler benefits for these customers when they fly Aeromexico and Virgin Atlantic.  

Corporate Priority Benefits include:

  • Better Seat Choice*: Where available, corporate travelers will be able to select better Main Cabin seats, without paying an additional fee.
  • Priority Boarding*: Corporate travelers will be prioritized according to each carrier’s boarding process. 
  •  Priority Service Recovery: In the event of irregular operations, corporate travelers will be prioritized for re-accommodation. Additionally, corporate travelers will receive Denied Boarding Prioritization and Downgrade Prioritization in the unlikely event that Delta or our partners are unable to accommodate all passengers as originally planned.

This expanded Corporate Priority further builds on Delta’s corporate traveler prioritization program, which the airline first launched in 2014 and has continued to improve ever since. It's all part of our commitment to deliver your travelers the best international customer experience when they fly Delta and our global partners.  

Terms & Conditions:

*Better Seat Choice and Priority Boarding not available on Virgin Atlantic. Better Seat Choice coming soon on Aeromexico.

To be eligible for any Corporate Priority benefit, tickets must be purchased via authorized company channels and be associated with the company's corporate travel arrangement with Delta. Customers traveling on qualifying tickets will receive tie-breaker prioritization over similarly-situated customers not traveling on qualifying tickets when being rebooked, assigned a boarding zone, waiting for a seat assignment on the Airport Standby List, or a SkyMiles Medallion Member who has requested an upgrade.Factors impacting placement on Rebooking, Boarding, or Standby Airport Priority Lists may include but are not limited to ticket value, frequent flyer status, and check-in time. These benefits do not guarantee receiving a seat assignment. Factors and formula for passenger prioritization, including factors used to identify similarly situated passengers, are confidential. Seat assignments and prioritization are in Delta’s sole discretion. Benefits may be suspended without notice during irregular operations. All associated change fees apply. A company opted-in to receive Downgrade and Denied Boarding Prioritization benefits for their travelers do not guarantee that travelers will not be downgraded or involuntarily denied boarding.  For full details on Downgrade and Denied Boarding Prioritization benefits please contact your company’s Corporate Travel Manager or Delta Sales Account Representative. Any customers traveling on company business with an employer who has an active Delta Corporate Sales Agreement with Delta at the time of ticketing and travel are entitled to receive Priority Boarding on Delta and Delta Connection® carrier operated flights. Delta does not offer Priority Boarding on Delta Shuttle® flights. If the customer is eligible to receive a higher boarding priority based on his or her ticket class or SkyMiles Medallion Status, he or she will receive the higher priority.

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