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Delta to operate winter Atlanta – Palm Springs service

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N378DA (msn 30265) LAX (Michael B. Ing). Image: 942640.

Delta Air Lines is planning to again operate winter seasonal service from its Atlanta hub to Palm Springs, CA. According to Airline Route, initially the route will be operate daily during the Christmas holidays starting on December 20, 2018 with Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The route will revert to weekly Saturday service on January 5, 2019.

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Delta to add more flights between New York-JFK and the Caribbean

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N3765 (msn 30819) (SkyTeam) FLL (Jay Selman). Image: 403708.

Delta Air Lines is expanding access between New York-JFK and the Caribbean with a second daily flight to Nassau, The Bahamas, beginning October 1, 2018; new daily service to Kingston, Jamaica, effective December 20, 2018; and new Saturday-only service to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, beginning December 22, 2018.

This winter, Delta will operate up to 145 flights per week to 16 Caribbean destinations from JFK. The new schedules are as follows:

New York (JFK) – Nassau, The Bahamas (NAS)

Flight Number Departs Arrives Frequency
DL494 JFK at 1:45 p.m. NAS at 5:10 p.m. Daily
DL799 NAS at 6 p.m. JFK at 9:10 p.m. Daily

 

New York (JFK) – Kingston, Jamaica (KIN)

Flight Number Departs Arrives Frequency
DL2841 JFK at 7:40 a.m. KIN at 12:05 p.m. Daily
DL2843 KIN at 8 a.m. JFK at noon Daily

 

New York (JFK) – Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PAP)

Flight Number Departs Arrives Frequency
DL2716 JFK at 8:35 a.m. PAP at 12:50 p.m. Saturdays only
DL2718 PAP at 1:55 p.m. JFK at 5:55 p.m. Saturdays only

Flights to Kingston will operate on Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with 16 First Class seats, 36 Delta Comfort+® seats, and 108 Main Cabin seats. Flights to Nassau and Port-au-Prince will operate on Airbus A320 aircraft featuring 16 First Class seats, 18 Delta Comfort+® seats, and 126 Main Cabin seats. Once onboard, all customers on flights from New York to the Caribbean can enjoy complimentary Delta Studio featuring more than 1,000 hours of on-demand in-flight entertainment on individual seatback screens or streamed directly to a laptop, tablet or mobile. There is also free mobile messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, plus optional access to high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the aircraft.

Domestic service enhancements build on Delta’s commitment to New York customers

Delta’s new Caribbean service from New York complements a number of recent and upcoming enhancements to the airline’s domestic offerings. From JFK, Delta will launch new daily service to San Jose, Calif., in June, while also growing its Dallas service to three times daily by September and adding an eighth nonstop to Delta’s Atlanta hub, a fifth nonstop to Delta’s Detroit hub and additional increased nonstop frequencies to top business markets including Charlotte, Cleveland,  Indianapolis, Nashville, Norfolk, and Washington, D.C. Service to the West Coast has grown this summer to include four daily flights to San Diego and six daily trips to Seattle, with dedicated Delta One service on select flights to those destinations as well as to Las Vegas. Finally, Delta has increased the number of seats with new Airbus A321 aircraft and renovated Airbus A320s, both of which offer seatback entertainment, on a mix of routes, specifically to destinations across Florida.

At LaGuardia, Delta has added new service to Chattanooga, Tenn., and improved service to business markets including Denver; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Greenville, S.C.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Madison, Wis., and Omaha. The airline has also expanded its Delta Shuttle service to Chicago-O’Hare with a 15th peak daily flight with larger mainline Boeing 717 aircraft on the route in premium business time channels. Finally, Saturday leisure service from LaGuardia has improved year-over-year with over 20 additional daily Delta departures.

Delta is New York’s largest carrier with more than 500 peak-day departures to more than 130 destinations worldwide from its hubs at LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport — including more destinations from New York State than any other airline. Delta has invested more than $2 billion in New York airport infrastructure over the past seven years and is currently building a new, $3.9 billion, 37-gate facility at LaGuardia. Delta and its more than 10,000 New York-based employees are part of the fabric of the New York community, acting as the official airline of Madison Square Garden, the New York Yankees, the New York Mets, Chelsea Piers and the Whitney Museum of American Art. The airline also partners with more than 40 community organizations. In 2018, Delta paid out more than $110 million in profit sharing to its New York employees and contributed one percent of its net income from the previous year to key charitable organizations, including organizations in New York.

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Delta celebrates 20 years bringing greater connectivity to Central America

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N389DA (msn 30376) DCA (Brian McDonough). Image: 906063.

Delta Air Lines is celebrating its 20th anniversary serving Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala and Panama this month. Two decades ago, Delta took its first steps in what has grown to be one of the most important operations in the Americas, connecting customers to its extensive network across the U.S. and the world.

Since 1998, nearly 11 million passengers have flown Delta to and from the four Central American nations:

  • Costa Rica: 4 million
  • El Salvador: 2 million
  • Guatemala: 3.3 million
  • Panama: 1.5 million.

Delta’s journey in the region started with the goal of providing greater connectivity to these countries. Together, Delta people began to build a footprint of excellence, diversity, and integrity that has shaped our culture throughout the years.

Currently, Delta offers an average of 15 daily flights to the region.

  • Costa Rica: Daily flights connecting San Jose with Atlanta and Los Angeles, and daily flights connecting Liberia with Atlanta along with seasonal flights to Minneapolis-St. Paul.
  • El Salvador: Daily flights connecting San Salvador with Atlanta and Los Angeles.
  • Guatemala: Daily flights connecting Guatemala City with Los Angeles and Atlanta.
  • Panama: Daily flights connecting Panama City and Atlanta.

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Delta adds its 50th destination from Boston with new Las Vegas service starting October 1

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N376DA (msn 29624) LAX (Jay Selman). Image: 402954.

A milestone is coming to Delta’s service in Boston this October: Las Vegas service will mark the global airline’s 50th nonstop destination from Boston Logan International Airport and Delta and partners will serve 33 domestic destinations and 17 international destinations from Boston.

Delta’s daily BOS-LAS schedule is conveniently timed for both business and leisure travelers:

Departs Arrives Aircraft
BOS at 08:15 a.m. LAS at 11:10 a.m. Boeing 737-800
LAS at 11:15 a.m. BOS at 7:20 p.m. Boeing 737-800

 

The onboard experience will be on Boeing 737-800 aircraft with seating for 16 in First Class, 36 in Comfort+ and 108 in the main cabin, featuring in-flight entertainment at every seat and streaming via Delta Studio in addition to Wi-Fi access.

Delta’s broad service at Las Vegas

Delta and partners offer more than 70 daily departures from Las Vegas on an average day, including proposed (pending final government approvals) joint venture partners WestJet and Korean Air and joint cooperation agreement partner Aeromexico.

Recent Delta service increases include an additional daily flight to San Diego that began in 2017 and Seattle beginning in July 2018 for improved intra-West connectivity. Las Vegas service provides Boston customers with a new and convenient gateway to top intra-west destinations such as San Jose and Orange County, California (SNA).

Delta dates its Las Vegas presence back to Western Airlines’ inaugural service on April 17, 1926 – the first scheduled commercial airline service to Las Vegas from Los Angeles. Western merged with Delta in 1987. Delta began jet service at Las Vegas more than 50 years ago on June 1, 1962.

Delta’s leading global network in Boston

Delta is continuing its investment in Boston by reaching 112 peak day departures by this summer, an increase of 19 departures compared with summer 2017 and 29 departures over summer 2016. Delta and its partners serve 50 total destinations from Boston, including 17 international destinations and the largest transatlantic network.

Delta’s new service to Las Vegas complements numerous Boston service enhancements made in 2018. This spring Delta added new seasonal weekend service to New Orleans, Savannah, and Charleston, with Charleston service increasing to daily beginning in summer. This leisure expansion continues with new Saturday service to Aruba as of June, marking Delta’s sixth destination in the Caribbean from Boston.  Additional flights to top business markets begin this summer from Boston to Nashville, Atlanta, Seattle/Tacoma, Kansas City, Jacksonville, and Pittsburgh.

 

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Delta to add three new domestic routes from Seattle/Tacoma

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N37700 (msn 29631) LAX (Michael B. Ing). Image: 930518.

Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) is planning to add three new domestic routes from its Seattle/Tacoma (SEA) hub in June. According to Airline Route, the airline will add daily Airbus A319 service from SEA to Indianapolis starting on June 18, 2018.

In addition, starting on June 8, 2018, SkyWest Airlines will add daily Delta Connection Embraer 175 flights between SEA and Kansas City.

Also on June 8, 2018, Delta will add daily mainline Boeing 737-800 service between SEA and Washington (Dulles).

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Delta to fly nonstop San Jose, CA – New York JFK next summer

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N3768 (msn 29630) ANC (Michael B. Ing). Image: 925903.

Delta Air Lines is planning to introduce nonstop service between San Jose, CA and the New York (JFK) hub next summer. The new daily flight will start on June 8, 2018 from San Jose and operate with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Delta confirmed the new route with this statement:

Delta customers will have a new options for transiting the Bay Area and New York City in June when new nonstop service between Mineta San Jose International Airport and New York-JFK debuts.

Delta’s onboard experience will be on Boeing 737-800 aircraft, equipped with on-demand entertainment, power ports and in-flight Wi-Fi access at every seat. Delta will offer seating for 16 in First Class, 36 in Comfort+ and 108 in the main cabin.

The new flights will operate as follows:

San Jose, Calif. (SJC) – New York City (JFK)

 

Date of First Flight Departs ​Arrives Frequency
​June 8 ​SJC at 10:35 p.m. ​JFK at 7:15 a.m. (next day) ​Daily
​June 9 ​JFK  at 8:15 a.m. ​SJC at 11:45 a.m. Daily

 

The service complements more than 20 Delta departures on an average day at San Jose to its hubs in Atlanta, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Los Angeles, Seattle and Salt Lake City, offering customers easy one-stop connections to its global network of more than 300 destinations worldwide. It also complements nonstop Delta service between San Francisco International Airport and JFK.

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Delta and WestJet agree to form a joint venture

Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-832 WL N3751B (msn 30491) JFK (Jay Selman). Image: 402430.

Delta Air Lines and WestJet have agreed to deepen their existing partnership by entering into a comprehensive transborder joint venture that will increase travel choices between the U.S. and Canada.

The airlines have entered into a preliminary memorandum of understanding regarding their intention to deepen their existing partnership to form a commercial joint venture arrangement, which will offer customers access to an extensive transborder route network, world-class airline products, enhanced frequent flyer benefits, shared airport facilities and amenities, and a more seamless travel experience.

Highlights of the planned joint venture arrangement, subject to board approvals, execution of definitive agreements and applicable regulatory approvals, in the United States and Canada, include:

  • Coordinated flight schedules for new nonstop flights to new destinations, expanded codesharing, and seamless and convenient connections on the airlines’ extensive networks in the U.S. and Canada.
  • Enhanced frequent flyer benefits including reciprocal benefits for top-tier members of both airlines.

 

WestJet Boeing 767 Plus Cabin

Delta has a 25-year track record of partnering closely with airlines around the globe, beginning with the first successful trans-Atlantic partnership, when Northwest and KLM launched their joint venture in 1993. With this agreement, Delta will have eight partnerships with leading carriers in the world’s biggest aviation segments spanning Europe, Latin America, Asia, Australia and Canada. Through deep relationships and immunized joint ventures, Delta has successfully achieved many benefits of cross-border cooperation for its customers.

WestJet, Canada’s second-largest airline, currently has 45 airline partners providing access to more than 175 destinations in more than 20 countries. WestJet has also entered into a definitive purchase agreement for 10 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners with the first aircraft expected to be delivered in January 2019. With one of the youngest fleets in the airline industry, WestJet continues its global growth while controlling operating costs and providing an award-winning guest experience.

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Bottom Copyright Photo: WestJet Airlines Boeing 737-8CT SSWL C-FBWI (msn 39090) PAE (Nick Dean). Image: 937235.

WestJet Airlines Boeing 737-8CT SSWL C-FBWI (msn 39090) PAE (Nick Dean). Image: 937235.