The 30- and 60-second spots, which will first hit the airwaves in Delta's hometown of Atlanta, and in New York, are not yet scheduled to run in New England. But they were filmed almost entirely inside Delta's $500 million Logan International Airport Terminal A last month and feature glimpses of the airport's iconic 285-foot-tall control tower, as well as the glass pedestrian bridges to the central garage.
Delta executives swept through Boston yesterday, en route from Atlanta to New York and Cincinnati, on a nationwide tour promoting the carrier's return to solvency after 19 months in reorganization and concessions on pay and pensions by pilots, flight attendants, and other workers. They arrived at Logan on board the first jet sporting the new Delta logo and paint scheme. The Boeing 757 was once flown by Delta's Song discount affiliate and has seat-back video and music players for all 186 seats.