Are you stuck in the skies this election season? If your flying on Delta, you don’t have to worry as the airline is now offering free voter registration and debate screenings onboard their flights.
Delta is offering free internet access from Gogo WiFi to passengers who wish to register to vote. With the WiFi access, passengers will be allowed access to each of the 50 states registrar websites. The offer ends today as this is the last day to register to vote in the majority of the states.
Delta is also providing access to customers flying on transcontinental flights this Sunday to watch the presidential debate for free.
This is all part of Delta’s promotion to get American’s to the polls in November. The airline will be sending emails to travelers advising them to tweet about the debate via their inflight wifi. Emails will also go out to passengers flying on election day to vote early.
The General Manager of Brand Communications, Amy Harry stated, “We want to ensure customers have the ability to participate in the political process in every way possible while they are traveling with us. We’re proud to make it a little easier for customers to make their voices heard no matter where in the world life takes them.”
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