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What started as a humble, little aerial crop dusting operation called Huff Daland Dusters in 1924 has now grown into one of the world's largest global airlines, helping more than 160 million travelers get to the places they want to go to each year.
At Delta, sustainability is defined as "meeting the company's financial goals of growth and profitability over time, through business practices that minimize the environmental impacts of Delta operations and promote the health, welfare, and productivity of the individuals and communities we employ and serve."
To meet this definition, Delta does more than simply satisfy its legal obligations. Delta's stakeholders - investors, customers, SkyTeam partners, employees, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), governments and communities - have come to expect Delta to produce sustainable and responsible positive financial results, invest in healthy communities, maintain a robust workforce and protect natural environments. Collectively, these expectations drive Delta's approach to sustainability and social responsibility.
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