Delta Air Lines Offers Two Nonstop Flights between the U.S. and Ecuador: One to Quito, One to Guayaquil
Delta will separate current flight to Ecuador to create two distinct routes without stops
NEW YORK.– Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today announced changes to its Ecuador schedule to offer nonstop flights between Atlanta and Quito, as well as Guayaquil.
Delta currently offers one daily flight from Atlanta to Ecuador that stops in both Quito and Guayaquil before returning to Atlanta. Starting Sept. 5, 2008, Delta will split the route and offer nonstop service in each direction between Atlanta and Quito. Nonstop service in each direction between Atlanta and Guayaquil starts Dec. 1, 2008.
“Both of these nonstop flights to Ecuador will help our passengers save time, while giving them a more pleasant, hassle-free travel experience,” said Christophe Didier, vice president of Sales and Government Affairs in Latin America and the Caribbean for Delta Air Lines. “The nonstop flight to Guayaquil will launch in December to capitalize on peak demand during the holiday season.”
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