Endeavor Air: Connecting smaller cities to the bigger ones (9E)
This airline is fully owned by Delta Airlines and it is more of a regional airline, which means that it connects smaller cities to bigger cities. This allows its owner airline to connect more people to the major routes it serves on. It operated with different names since 1985 before it was bought by its current owner. It has over 120 aircrafts in its fleet and these fly to over 110 destinations. They offer almost 700 flights every day within the USA. It has 5 hubs in major cities including New York. The purpose of these is to connect smaller cities to the airports in these major destinations where most major airlines serve. Looking for Endeavor Air flights, we have them for you!
Fly comfortably and safely
As an airline, they want to offer as safe a flight to their passengers as possible. They have their bases and maintenance bases in several major cities of the country. Almost 15 million passengers fly with them every year. It serves destinations mostly in the USA, though they offer a few flights to Canada and the Caribbean too. Most of its destinations are more towards the eastern coast, whether in the north or south of the country. They take complete responsibility for any delays on the landing strip and they have plans to make sure that their passengers don't face much discomfort. Need an Endeavor Air Booking, start with us.
Like father like son
As they are owned by Delta Airlines, they follow all the rules and regulations that Delta believes in. They are encouraging young students to join them through various programs. They believe in equal opportunities for all and no discrimination. They also try to help and encourage young people with disabilities and often contribute towards their welfare through free flights. Like all airlines, they retire their aircrafts when they feel that they are past their usability date and look for replacements so as not to discomfort their usual passengers. If you want to fly, we have the best Endeavor Air flight deals for you.