SYDNEY, 12 December - Delta Air Lines began as a small 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. From Australia, Delta offers daily nonstop service between Sydney and Los Angeles with connections to a network of over 230 cities in the U.S. Now, the ABL and Delta Air Lines are proud to announce that Delta has been named the official international air partner of the Australian Baseball League brought to you by 'Be the Influence: Tackling Binge Drinking'.
The Sydney Blue Sox will proudly display a Delta Air Lines outfield wall sign and home plate wall sign at their ballpark. Batting helmets worn by the Sydney Blue Sox will feature a Delta Air Lines logo.
Delta Air Lines sponsors the ABL Player of the Week category; where after each round of play the top performing pitcher and batter are honoured. The Delta Air Lines Player of the Week is a featured segment on the ABL Highlights show, aired on Fox Sports.
ABL National Partnerships Manager Gaby Anger says, “Delta Air Lines is an internationally recognized and respected global airline and the ABL is thrilled to have them transporting our players and staff.”
Delta’s Peter McKeon, the GSA Manager for Australia says, “We are honoured to partner with the Australian Baseball League and take pride in fulfilling the air travel needs of the league.”