Delta Air Lines has this week announced plans to resume and launch new routes from the likes of Atlanta, Anchorage, Columbus, Santa Barbara and more!
From June 7, the carrier will be instigating the following route changes:
|Atlanta-Santa Barbara||New||1x daily|
|Columbus-Salt Lake City||Returning||1x daily|
|Santa Barbara-Salt Lake City||Returning||2x daily|
Delta New Routes From Atlanta, Anchorage & More!…
Commenting on these new and resumed routes from the likes of Atlanta, Anchorage and other origin points was Joe Esposito, Delta‘s Senior VP of Network Planning:
“By reopening service to Santa Barbara and delivering more ways to access sought-after destinations throughout the U.S. West, we’re more ready than ever to take our customers on their next great adventures – with the service, reliability and convenience they’ve come to know and expect when flying Delta,”
The new routes above went on sale yesterday for customers to start booking, with this meaning that 56 more weekly flights will be on the schedule for next Summer with the airline.
Delta confirmed also that these routes from the likes of Atlanta, Anchorage and the other origin points will use the following aircraft:
- Boeing 737-800.
- Boeing 737-900.
- Boeing 757-200.
- Airbus A220-300.
- Airbus A321neo.
Looking ahead, all eyes will be on the carrier to see if they announce anymore routes from the likes of Atlanta, especially as now is the period where such routes are announced.
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