Old Feb 7, 2015, 3:30 am
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On 6FEB15 Delta removed award charts on Delta.com. Below are links to the published charts from 2015 hosted by blogs at boardingarea.com and upgrd.com.

Generic US, Alaska & Canada charts from 2015: Coach class Business class

TRAVEL FROM THE U.S. & CANADA (EXCLUDES HAWAII): Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM HAWAII: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM MEXICO: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM THE CARIBBEAN: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM CENTRAL AMERICA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM NORTHERN SOUTH AMERICA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM SOUTHERN SOUTH AMERICA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM EUROPE: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM THE MIDDLE EAST: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM AFRICA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM SOUTH AFRICA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM THE SOUTH ASIAN SUBCONTINENT: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM NORTHERN ASIA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA: Coach Class and Business Class
TRAVEL FROM THE SOUTHWEST PACIFIC: Coach Class and Business Class

For fare codes 1-5 see this thread: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta-air-lines-skymiles/1648303-new-dl-award-buckets.html
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Where is Delta’s award chart?

Old Apr 19, 2015, 5:14 am
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Originally Posted by HongKonger
Once Flying Colonels got "lifetime" Crown Room access and assorted other benefits. Then DL ended the program and nobody at all was grandfathered in, unless you mean like grandpa Simpson, DL told all the Flying Colonels to stop whining and lump it. So please, for the love of all that is holy, please stop spouting YOUR crap when clearly you have no idea what you're talking about and/or you are extremely gullible. Also, nobody cares what you're sick of. Thanks in advance.
LOL 100% correct +1
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Old Apr 19, 2015, 5:40 am
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Originally Posted by turnpike17
I do not believe Delta will remove that benefit.
For practical purposes, Delta already has. What does Silver give you these days?
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Old Apr 19, 2015, 11:33 pm
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Originally Posted by HongKonger
Once Flying Colonels got "lifetime" Crown Room access and assorted other benefits.
They now have access to every currently operating Crown Room Club.

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Old Apr 22, 2015, 6:16 pm
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Originally Posted by Dovster
For practical purposes, Delta already has. What does Silver give you these days?
As a defender of FOs (and spouse to one), I feel obligated to say that in addition to Amex benefits, FOs still receive:
- Preferred seats
- C+ at check-in for free
- Better-than-nothing IRROPs treatment
- UGs on midday Saturday 757 flights from ATL to anywhere in Florida
- Access to a very nice parking lot at Braves games

It's not much, but it's better than getting smacked with a wet trout.
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Old Apr 22, 2015, 7:23 pm
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Originally Posted by gooselee
It's not much, but it's better than getting smacked with a wet trout.
That sounds more like an Alaska Airlines type of a thing. Or may be that (one (1) trout smacking) is now the only "benefit" that FOs get on AS?
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Old Apr 23, 2015, 9:51 am
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Originally Posted by gooselee
As a defender of FOs (and spouse to one), I feel obligated to say that in addition to Amex benefits, FOs still receive:
- Preferred seats
- C+ at check-in for free
- Better-than-nothing IRROPs treatment
- UGs on midday Saturday 757 flights from ATL to anywhere in Florida
- Access to a very nice parking lot at Braves games

It's not much, but it's better than getting smacked with a wet trout.
Not everyone has the same preferences!
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Old Apr 23, 2015, 1:57 pm
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Originally Posted by RealHJ
That sounds more like an Alaska Airlines type of a thing. Or may be that (one (1) trout smacking) is now the only "benefit" that FOs get on AS?
As if! AS would never smack anyone with a wet trout. They'd use a wet salmon.

http://www.airlinereporter.com/2012/...rty-salmon-ii/
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Old May 4, 2015, 3:33 am
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not publishing the award chart indicates that delta was not being honest and forth-coming with its customers.

It's one thing to make the low-level award almost impossible to find, but it's even worse if you're trying to fool your customers.

count me as one of the flyers who will stay away from Delta after my medallion status expires next season.
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