Delta Adds a Latin Beat to Holiday Travel with Nine New Flights and Expanded Service into Latin America and the Caribbean
New flights to Colombia, Brazil, Honduras, Mexico, Ecuador and Argentina, and additional seasonal service to select Caribbean destinations start in December
ATLANTA. – Go easy. Get away. Let Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) take you there with one of its most exciting expansions in Latin America and the Caribbean, including nine new flights and increased seasonal schedules to six sunny destinations starting in just a few weeks.
“Latin America and the Caribbean are the fastest-growing regions this season for Delta, offering customers variety and plenty of choices. Whether you’re in the mood for some relaxation on a tropical island, adventure in the Amazon jungle, or great shopping in Buenos Aires, we’ll fly you there,” said Christophe Didier, Delta’s vice president of Sales and Government Affairs for Latin America and the Caribbean.
In addition, expanded seasonal schedules will start in December between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and six Caribbean destinations:
• Aruba (second daily flight);
• George Town, Cayman Islands (second Saturday flight);
• Montego Bay, Jamaica (third daily flight);
• Providenciales; Turks and Caicos (second Saturday flight);
• Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (second daily flight); and
• St. Maarten (second Saturday flight).
Delta also will add one year-round frequency to its existing schedule between Atlanta and San Juan, Puerto Rico, starting on Nov. 22.
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