Delta Air Lines will return to the stage at CES® 2023 to share how harnessing people, personalization and innovation is building a more connected travel journey, opening this year’s C Space program, the destination for leaders in the content and entertainment industries at the most influential tech event in the world.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian will join MediaLink CEO Michael E. Kassan on stage Jan. 5 in Las Vegas to discuss the ways Delta and other consumer brands are combining technology with ingenuity to better know and serve their customers, engaging their members with increasingly tailored experiences curated just for them.
Delta Air will offer additional flights from 16 U.S. cities and three of its international hubs to Las Vegas for CES® 2023 — the most influential tech event in the world.
The nearly 320 inbound and outbound flights account for an approximately 50% seat increase over the regular Las Vegas schedule in January.
Delta will add approximately 23,000 seats* to and from LAS January 3-4 and January 7-9, 2023, including more than 5,800 seats* in Delta’s four premium cabins.
Domestically, Delta will operate additional flights to Las Vegas on inbound and outbound conference days from eight of its U.S. hubs.
Additionally, the airline will fly nonstop from locations like Austin, Texas; Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood and Orlando, Florida; Orange County, California; and San Diego and San Jose, California — cities that Delta does not otherwise serve nonstop to Las Vegas.
Top Copyright Photo: Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-900 ER SSWL N890DN (msn 62775) LAS (Jay Selman). Image: 404239.
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