New Delta Flights: Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán & Curacao

New Delta Flights: Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán & Curacao
Photo Credit: Thomas Saunders/AviationSource

Delta Air Lines has today announced new flights to Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán & Curacao.

These services will be on offer from their bases across Atlanta, New York JFK and Minneapolis, improving access to the Caribbean and Mexico from the U.S.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

New Delta Flights: Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán & Curacao…


New Delta Flights: Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán & Curacao
Photo Credit: Thomas Saunders/AviationSource

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Delta will launch the following services, which are tailored mainly to the Winter 2024/25 season:

  • Barbados:
    • Daily service from Atlanta starting on November 23.
    • Saturday service from New York JFK starting on December 21.
  • Puerto Plata:
    • Daily service from Atlanta starting on November 23.
  • Mazatlán:
    • Thrice-weekly service from Minneapolis starting on December 21.
  • Curacao:
    • Daily service from Atlanta starting on November 23 – A boost from just the Saturday service.

Below are the detailed schedule plans for these new services:

Flight Departure Arrival Flight Departure Arrival Frequency Start Date A/C 
ATL-CUR 9:45 am 2:45 pm CUR-ATL 4:10 pm 7:30 pm Daily Nov. 23 737-800 
ATL-BGI 9:45 am 3:20 pm BGI-ATL 4:40 pm 9:00 pm Daily Nov. 23 737-800 
JFK-BGI 8:15 am 2:05 pm BGI-JFK 3:25 pm 7:35 pm Saturday Dec. 21 737-800 
MSP-MZT 10:05 am 1:15 pm MZT-MSP 2:35 pm 7:30 pm Tues, Thurs, Sat Dec. 21 737-800 
ATL-POP 11:10 am 3:20 pm POP-ATL 4:40 pm 7:10 pm Daily Nov. 23 737-800 

Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning had this to say on the new services to Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán & Curacao:

“Delta is establishing vital connections from Atlanta and across the U.S. that allow our customers to reach their dream vacation destinations with ease”.

“This latest schedule gives travelers unparalleled choice, with up to 1,000 weekly flights to distinctive places throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.”

All eyes will be on how the routes perform moving forward.

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