Northwest Airlines ceased operations on January 31st. 2010. The airlines got merged with Delta Air Lines. With a fleet of 320 aircraft, Northwest Airlines flights flew to 254 destinations. The airline had its hubs at Amsterdam, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Tokyo-Narita. Northwest Airlines had an alliance with SkyTeam, and its parent company was Delta Air Lines. Northwest Airlines' frequent flyer program was called - WorldPerks.
Northwest Airlines tickets were available for 254 destinations. The airline had codeshare agreements with Air France, China Southern Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Continental Airlines, Korean Air, Midwest Airlines, KLM, Japan Airlines, Korean Air and more.
Northwest Airlines Classes of Service
For the passengers who made Northwest Airlines reservations, the airline offered cabin classes, which included - World Business Class, Domestic First Class, International Economy Class, and Domestic Economy Class.