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Delta commits to second flight from Atlanta

Delta commits to second flight from Atlanta

Delta has announced that Aruba will be receiving a second flight daily departing from Atlanta this year.In an recent announcement , Delta airline has informed that they have expanded their schedule, and increased the capacity and operations of many of its routes for the upcoming seasons.Also including Aruba in their plans. The extended schedule will become available on May 20 and operate between January 8 and April 7, 2024. Delta has stated that there will be an additional flight added on the route between Atlanta and Aruba on Boeing 757. Besides Aruba, they’ve also announced additional flights to Cancun, San Jose, and more..The US carrier has announced a 15% increase in the number of seats offered throughout its leisure schedule to Latin America and the Caribbean. By doing so, Delta is giving customers “more time to explore exciting tropical destinations,” departing from the airline’s hubs in Atlanta Hartfield-Jackson (ATL), Detroit (DTW), New York JFK, and Minneapolis (MSP). Delta will operate more than 150 peak-day flights to 44 Latin American destinations at its peak. These are the changes announced by Delta Air Lines:

  • Second daily Atlanta-Aruba flight, operating on the Boeing 757s
  • Seventh daily Atlanta-Cancun flight, operating on the Boeing 737-900ERs
  • Second daily Atlanta-Grand Cayman trip, operating on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays on Boeing 737-800s.
  • Second daily Atlanta-Liberia trip, operating on 757s
  • Fourth daily Atlanta-Montego Bay trip, operating on 737-800s
  • Fourth daily Atlanta-Nassau trip, operating on 737-800s
  • Second daily Atlanta-Puerto Vallarta trip, operating on 737-800s
  • Second daily Atlanta-San José, operating on 757s
  • Fifth daily Atlanta-San Juan, operating on 757s
  • Fourth daily Detroit-Cancun, operating daily on 737-900ERs
  • Second daily JFK-Nassau, operating on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays on 737-900ERs
  • Second daily JFK-Punta Cana operating on 737-900ERs
  • Fifth daily Minneapolis-Cancun operating on 737-900ERs
  • Second daily Minneapolis-Puerto Vallarta operating on 737-900ERs
  • Second daily Minneapolis-San José del Cabo operating on 737-800s.
    By doing this, “Delta continues to solidify its position as the number one carrier to Latin America, introducing a host of new routes and expanding on its existing services,” the airline said in a statement.

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