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One of the coolest thing about being a Delta Elite member is the Delta Porsche experience they offer to both premium and frequent flyers. Delta’s program has Porsche Cayennes in various cities including Nee York, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Detroit among others.
My Porsche Experience
On this day I was traveling through Detroit. I must say I was rather surprised when I walked off the plan to see an agent holding an iPad with my name on it. Normally traveling hub to hub or small airport one may not get the Porsche Experience because it’s often reserved for premium passengers and for those frequent flyers on tight connections.
On this instance, I qualified with a tight connection. The lady couldn’t have been nicer. She asked if I wanted a direct route, or to see some of the planes, including the new A350!
I definitely felt like I got the full Porsche Experience while riding around in the red Porsche Cayenne. The passion from the employee about the Delta product and airplane equipment really came through. It was a fun 15-20 minutes ride around the airport. The best part was when I got to my new seat, I found this little note from another Delta employee thanking me for my loyalty.
Nice touch to finish off a great Porsche Experience with Delta.
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Frequent flyers and premium flyers know how cool and unexpected this experience can be. Have you ever had the opportunity to experience this Porsche service with Delta? If so, what city were you in and where were you going?
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