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User currently offlineEXAAUADL From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Posted (9 years 2 months 3 weeks 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 2585 times:

Delta Continues Expansion of Atlanta Hub With Five New Nonstop Destinations in Time for Summer
Tuesday February 13, 3:04 pm ET
Expanded summer schedule offers Atlanta customers nonstop flights to 241 destinations

ATLANTA, Feb. 13, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Delta Air Lines invites customers to expand their summer horizons with nonstop service to five new destinations and returning seasonal service to four cities from the airline's flagship hub in Atlanta.
Beginning in May, Delta will expand its summer schedule to include new nonstop service between Atlanta and:

* Fort Smith, Ark. (effective June 7)
* Halifax, Nova Scotia (effective June 7)
* Kalispell, Mont. (effective June 9)
* Newburgh, N.Y. (effective May 7)
* State College, Penn. (effective June 7)


Additionally, Delta will return to four cities with nonstop seasonal service from Atlanta, including: Boise, Idaho; Bozeman, Mont.; Jackson Hole, Wyo.; and Vancouver, Canada.

With these added flights, customers will be able to choose to fly Delta and the Delta Connection carriers to 241 worldwide destinations from the Atlanta hub -- more flights than are offered at any global gateway in the world.

Delta's Atlanta hub is one of the fastest growing international gateways in the United States, with nearly 20 new international markets added in the last year. Atlanta is the home of Delta's largest international hub with flights to 71 international destinations in 44 countries.

In October 2006, Delta announced new nonstop service to four new international destinations from Atlanta that will be available to customers this summer: Prague, Czech Republic+; Vienna, Austria; Dubai, United Arab Emirates+; and Seoul-Incheon, South Korea+.

''As part of the ongoing globalization of Delta, we have continued to expand in Atlanta to offer customers more choice and convenience,'' said Bob Cortelyou, vice president -- Network Planning. ''This summer promises to be our most exciting ever at Delta with dozens of new international and domestic choices for customers flying to, from or through the growing Atlanta hub.''

Delta's new flights are now available for purchase on delta.com:

Market Services Offered Effective Equipment
Boise, Idaho One round-trip flight May 13-28 Boeing 737-800
four-times weekly

One daily round-trip May 30-Sept. 3
Bozeman, Mont. One round-trip flight; June 9-Aug. 19 Boeing 737-800
four-times weekly
Fort Smith, Two daily round-trip June 7 Bombardier
Ark.* flights CRJ200
Halifax, Nova One round-trip flight; June 9-Aug. 18 Bombardier
Scotia** Saturdays only CRJ900
Jackson Hole, One round-trip flight; June 7-Aug. 20 Boeing 757-200
Wyo. four-times weekly
Kalispell, One round-trip flight; June 9-Aug. 18 Boeing 737-800
Mont. twice weekly

Newburgh, Three daily round-trip May 7 Bombardier
N.Y.* flights CRJ200
State College, One daily round-trip June 7 Bombardier
Penn.* flight CRJ200
Vancouver, One daily round-trip June 7-Sept. 30 Boeing 757-200
Canada flight
*Operated by Delta Connection carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines
**Operated by Delta Connection carrier SkyWest Airlines

To celebrate Delta's new nonstop service between Atlanta and Fort Smith, and between Atlanta and Newburgh, the airline is offering special introductory airfares for travel between Fort Smith, Newburgh and select U.S. cities. Customers should act fast as tickets must be purchased by Feb. 28, 2007. Travel may begin on or after May 7 for Newburgh and on or after June 7 for Fort Smith. All travel must be complete by July 31. Tickets must be purchased at delta.com or from a travel agent. Some blackout dates apply. See below for important restrictions.

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User currently offlineN1120A From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 29208 posts, RR: 73
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Halifax's Pre-clearance facility is already paying off.

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