Delta Air Lines is adding new non-stop flights next summer to the western United States. The airline is adding non-stop flights from Atlanta (ATL), more connections through Salt Lake City (SLC) and convenient flight schedules from Los Angeles (LAX).
Starting July 6, Delta will fly daily, year-round flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to three Mountain West cities, including Boise, Idaho (BOI); Bozeman, Montana (BZN); and Spokane, Washington (GEG).
Delta will also add its 11th daily, year-round flight to Denver (DEN) and Salt Lake City from its Atlanta hub, starting June 22.
“Connecting the world is our mission, and in 2020 we’re creating more connections from our hubs and other cities throughout the West to destinations around the globe to make traveling more convenient for our customers,” said Joe Esposito, senior vice president, Delta Air Lines. “How you get there is just as important, and with Delta, customers will get a thoughtful and innovative customer experience and world-class service from the best people in the business.”
At Salt Lake City International Airport, the airline is starting new summer 2020 routes: a daily, year-round flight to Memphis, Tennessee (MEM) (starting July 6); a sixth daily, year-round flight to New York (JFK) (starting June 20); a third daily, year-round flight to Nashville, Tennessee (BNA) (starting July 6); and a second daily, year-round flight to Indianapolis (IND) (starting July 16).
As of June 22, the airline will add flights from Los Angeles International Airport: a fifth daily, year-round flight to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW); a sixth daily, year-round flight to Phoenix (PHX); and a sixth daily, year-round flight to Sacramento, California (SMF).
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