Who is the health insurance carrier for delta airlines?
united health care
3 people found this useful
BCBS of Illinois is the Health provider.
\n. \n Answer \n. \nI'm not quite sure of your question.
Can I be denied health insurance due to preexisting medical conditions if my job switches health insurance carriers?
No, because group insurance is normally guaranteed-issue, so they have to insurance no matter what conditions you have.
An insurance carrier is the company that holds and supports the policy that you purchase from them. It is the company that issues and upholds the risk associated with an insur…ance policy. There are many insurance carriers with wide rages of polices and coverages.
Questions of this nature are always a matter of opinion. However, Delta has improved greatly in customer service and products offered through the past couple years, due to a $…2 billion investment . Recently Delta was named number 1 in six executive awards from the readers of Executive Travel Magazine. These include: Best Airport Lounge; Best Business Class Service; Best First Class Service; Best Flight Experience to Mexico; and Best Flight Experience to Central/South. Also, Delta Private Jets was named Best Private Jet Service. See related link for more information. Additional to those they came in 2nd or 3rd for many other categories. They have carried more passengers world wide than any other airline which says people do think Delta is a good airline.
The company was named Delta Air Services in 1928 (long before Delta winged aircraft). They were based in Monroe LA, and the name is probably linked to the Mississippi Delta re…gion of LA.
That is an acronym. Anytime you use the first letters of a group of words, in the form of capitals, that is an acronym. The term literally means "high name" since capital lett…ers are taller than lower case letters.
Delta started as a crop dusting operation and became a passenger airline in late 1929.
KLM, Air France, Alaska Airlines, V Australia, Air Nigeria, China Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Alitalia, Olympic Air, American Eagle, and other SkyTeam members.
Baring a collective bargaining agreement that might prevent it, yes.
Sure you can. Economically it makes no sense unless the premium is being paid by employers or anyone but you. Most people don't even realize how much their health insurance co…sts. They only know what portion they pay if any. As for having two policies at the same time, they each pay a part of any claims based on the wording within the policies describing how they coordinate the benefits. What is not legal is to try and make a profit on any claims. The way it works is that one is the primary and pays as it would whether or not there were two policies, the secondary policy then pays the out of pocket part left over. Read your policy. As a matter of full disclosure, I own and operate a small Independent Insurance Agency in Georgia and have for 22 years. I also was an agent for a direct writer insurance company for 3 years prior.
In Air Travel
Yes, both airlines are in Skyteam
In Air Travel
Delta is a member of the Sky Team airline alliance that also consist of: Aeroflot, AerolÃneas Argentinas, AeromÃ©xico, Air Europa, Air France, Alitalia, China Airlines, C…hina Eastern, China Southern Airlines, Czech Airlines, Kenya Airways, KLM, Korean Air, Middle East Airlines, Saudia, TAROM, Vietnam Airlines and Xiamen Airlines.
No, Delta Airlines is in the Skyteam alliance. United Airlines is in Star Alliance.
The term health insurance is commonly used in the United States to describe any program that helps pay for medical expenses, whether through privately purchased insurance, soc…ial insurance or social welfare program funded by the government.