Delta will serve Georgetown, Guyana, nonstop from New York-JFK
ATLANTA.– Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) announced it has received U.S. government approval to serve Georgetown, Guyana, nonstop from New York-JFK beginning July 2, 2008†.
“Delta continues to be the fastest growing airline to the Caribbean and Latin America, having added more than 25 new destinations in the last two years,” said Christophe Didier, Delta’s vice president of Sales and Government Affairs for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Bordering Brazil, Venezuela and Suriname, Guyana is located where the Caribbean meets South America on its North Atlantic seaboard. More than 130,000 people of Guyanese descent live in the New York metropolitan region. This new service provides a convenient direct link between New York City and Georgetown, the capital of Guyana, enabling friends and family to visit each other.
To celebrate this latest addition to its list of international destinations, Delta is offering a one-way special fare of $279* from New York-JFK to Georgetown (based on a round-trip purchase), for purchase by March 14, 2008, for travel completed by Dec. 12, 2008. Additional taxes/fees/restrictions apply. Details are below.
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