MLT Vacations, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, is now an Atlanta-based company. Governor Nathan Deal and Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson welcomed MLT Vacations during the company’s ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally open its corporate headquarters on April 17.
“Job development is vital to economic growth within the state, and it’s my top priority,” said Governor Nathan Deal. “Georgia welcomes MLT Vacations to Atlanta, and we’re proud to see Delta Air Lines, an icon in our state, continue to grow its business in Georgia.”
MLT Vacations manages Delta Vacations and other vacation package brands for its strategic partners. Previously based in Minneapolis, MLT Vacations’ move to Atlanta is expected to create approximately 100 jobs and will have an estimated annual economic impact of nearly $10 million.
“MLT Vacations is an important component of Delta’s business and with its headquarters now in Atlanta they’re better positioned to take advantage of shared corporate resources and work more closely with Delta to pursue new partnership opportunities,” said Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson. “MLT has been a leader in the vacation package business for more than 40 years and its growth will bring additional value to our strategic partners and customers.”
“Relocating to Atlanta means we can align more closely with Delta, which will allow us to deliver even better leisure travel products and services for our travel agent partners and their clients across the U.S. and Canada,” said MLT Vacations President John Caldwell.
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