Delta Airlines has announced it will no longer allow people to log in to their online accounts without a username and password.
The decision comes as Delta has struggled to compete with US Airways, which is offering free upgrades to some customers and offering discounts for other customers.
Delta said in a statement:We have recently implemented an aggressive new password verification program to help prevent unauthorized access to Delta’s customer information.
Delta’s goal is to be one of the most secure online destinations in the world.
Delta is also committed to improving its customer experience, and we’ve added additional security measures to ensure your security is secure and that Delta can continue to provide you with the best online experience.
Delta customers will be able to log into their account via the new login option on the Delta website.
This means Delta customers will have access to the airline’s email and phone system, as well as the airline calendar, and a secure log in page.
Delta will also be providing more frequent updates on the status of Delta’s account security initiatives.
The airline has been updating its security policies, including providing information on the company’s policies and processes to help customers understand what happens with their accounts.
Delta’s website will also include a message from the company that states, “For the first time, Delta is going to require all customers to log-in using their Delta account credentials and provide a unique password to log on to our system.”
The airline said the password will also appear on Delta’s online store.
This is a developing story.
Stay tuned for more information.