Misapplied Sciences and Delta’s Personalized Flight Information Displays

The new tech, called Parallel Reality, aims to make the airport stress-free

Following a preview at CES in 2020, today Delta launches a personalized flight monitor, its latest tool to make airport journeys smoother. The initial deployment is at Detroit’s DTW airport in the McNamara Terminal, and we were among the first to experience this glimpse into the future. For many travelers, regardless of airline apps and alerts, a peek at the flight information display is still …

American Express’ Limited Edition Delta Reserve Card Is Made From Boeing 747 Metal

With nostalgic material, both brands underscore a message of top-notch service

Frequent flyers have long benefitted from co-branded credit cards with airlines, with CH favorite Delta‘s fleet of options from American Express often considered world-class. Now, a new limited edition American Express Delta Reserve card honors a love of aviation by utilizing recycled metal from the last Boeing 747  jumbo jet to be retired by the airline. It’s thoughtfully designed with nostalgic undertones interlaced with future-forward …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

A "bonkers" dinosaur discovery, candy-colored planes, chatty fungi and more

Scientists Plan to Uncover Yorkshire’s Sunken “Atlantis” Daniel Parsons, a professor of sedimentology who leads the University of Hull’s Energy and Environment Institute, plans to utilize high-resolution sonar systems (along with insight from local fisherman) to uncover the sunken port town of Ravenser Odd. This ancient village was destroyed in the 14th century due to weather-induced coastal erosion, and studies of similar circumstances in the …