For LGA Flight Attendant Marco Anjos, a trip to Tokyo provided a cultural immersion, peaceful respite, and the ultimate challenge: To make it to the top of the magnificent Mount Fuji. Reaching the summit gifted Marco with sensational views above the clouds, and memories to last a lifetime. What was your destination and why did … Continue reading Keep Climbing: Flight Attendant Venture to Japan to conquer Mount Fuji
For Deb Johnson, Manager, Inflight Training, a trip to China was met with overwhelming hospitality and a true cultural immersion. “My husband and I flew from MSP-SEA, then SEA-PEK. We were picked up by a friend of ours who was traveling to China at the same time. She grew up in Taiyuan, China. Her nephew … Continue reading Travel Corner: Chinese Hospitality
White sandy beaches, volcanic mountains, coral reefs, and rice patties — The Indonesian island of Bali is as beautiful as it is exotic. For Americans, getting to Bali requires a trip halfway around the world; but for Australians, the island is a popular vacation destination. For Stephanie Kolb, Talent Acquisition Outreach—Flight Ops, a Balinese vacation … Continue reading Travel Corner: Monkeying Around in Bali
Royal weddings don’t happen every day. On May 19, the world turned its attention to Windsor, UK, to witness the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, but ATL Flight Attendant Jacqueline Gardner decided to head to England to see it in person. For Jacqueline, seeing history unfold required flexibility, persistence — and a warm … Continue reading Travel Corner: Royal Wedding in Windsor
This fall, a group of Endeavor employees participated in the Delta Non-Rev Challenge, an annual campaign that puts the ‘fun’ in fundraising. As the only Endeavor team to participate in this year’s challenge, the group represented their company well, exceeding their fundraising goal to support Houston flood victims while experiencing the adventure of a lifetime. … Continue reading Endeavor Team Accepts the Challenge to Benefit a Great Cause
What is on your ‘Bucket List’? For Bryan Kobos, Manager, Security and Environmental Compliance, the allure of Egypt’s history, culture, and landscape put the destination on his wish list many years ago. From the pyramids to the Red Sea, the ‘living museum’ of Egypt made for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. What was your destination and why … Continue reading Travel Corner: An Egyptian Excursion
HR Recruiter Adam Kusie always wanted to take an adventure overseas. With the world at his fingertips, the only question was “where?” Inspired by photos seen on social media, Kusie set off on a solo adventure to the spiritual heart of Cambodia, where ancient temples and the largest religious monument in the world promised to turn his first trip abroad into the experience of a lifetime.
No connections. No ZED fares. Sometimes the most appealing destination is one with multiple direct flights daily. For QA/CASS Analyst Lindsey Guetter, two daily flights from MSP to AMS made for a “nice and easy” Dutch getaway full of stirring history and memorable food.
Choosing a vacation destination can be a tough decision. For JFK Captain Sery Crosby, a ski trip in the Alps promised incredible views – and the benefit of three alpine countries to explore. What was your destination and why did you choose it? I chose Chamonix in the French Alps for skiing as it gave … Continue reading View from the Top: Endeavor Pilot Vacations ‘Above the Clouds’
For HR Coordinator Hannah Raj, a Christmas vacation to visit family turned into an unexpected trip around the globe. The final destination: Dubai, United Arab Emirates — complete with camel rides, spice markets, and the making of cherished memories.