Delta Airlines announced on Monday that it will no longer use the controversial “delta” brand name to describe its fleet.
Delta’s announcement follows a report from Bloomberg News in late December that Delta was dropping the brand, as it struggled to sell the new Enema system.
The airline’s decision came a week after an FDA review found that Delta’s Enema System was no longer effective.
“Delta’s decision to discontinue the Delta brand is based on the evidence of the current FDA review and on the Delta Enema Review Report, which identified no evidence of safety concerns,” the airline said in a statement.
“We are confident in our ability to continue to operate as a Delta brand and are committed to meeting our commitment to our customers.”
The announcement comes on the heels of Delta’s announcement in March that it was dropping a long-standing practice of forcing passengers to use a personal vacuum.
A spokesman told the Wall Street Journal that Delta is changing its approach to the Enema.
“We have made it clear to our members that we will no more require them to use the Enemas,” the spokesman said.
Delta’s news comes on a day when many major airlines have been pushing back against a growing public health backlash against the use of personal enemagics. “
As a result of our change of heart, we are going to no longer require our EnemAS to be used by Delta customers.”
Delta’s news comes on a day when many major airlines have been pushing back against a growing public health backlash against the use of personal enemagics.
Many of the airlines that have dropped the Delta name are also rolling out similar measures to curb the spread of the Enamel Cocktail Syndrome (ECS).
Last year, the CDC found that more than 50 percent of U.S. adults had ECS.
ECS is an infection that can lead to the rapid loss of the skin’s ability to secrete white blood cells.
As a result, it can cause an immune response that can cause fever, headache, muscle aches, and muscle pain.
The disease can also lead to other conditions, including depression, anxiety, and even psychosis.