Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) will re-institute Dallas/Fort Worth-Los Angeles service on November 3. The restored route will be operated as a Delta Connection route with Embraer 175s according to Airline Route.
In addition, Delta continues to add feeder and long-range routes to the Seattle/Tacoma market in addition to what has already been reported. According to Airline Route, the carrier will add three new routes on December 20 adding further competition to Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma): Bozeman, Montana (ERJ 175), Kahului, Maui, Hawaii (757) and Los Cabos, Mexico (A319).
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum/AirlinersGallery.com. Embraer ERJ 170-200LR (ERJ 175) N608CZ (msn 17000195) of Compass Airlines taxies from the gate at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) will operate weekly summer seasonal nonstop flights from New York (LaGuardia) to Bozeman, Montana starting on on June 21. The flights will be operated on Saturdays with Airbus A319s through September 27. Bozeman markets itself as the gateway airport to Yellowstone National Park mainly in Wyoming.
United Airlines also serves Bozeman from Newark and will also offer summer service from and to Houston (Bush Intercontinental) from June 28 and August 17 according to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.