Delta Announces New Routes

Delta Airbus A321neo in Hamburg

Delta has announced part of its upcoming summer 2024 network with new and returning services.

Delta will look to boost its offering from Atlanta to cities within the United States. It’ll add nonstop daily service to Fresno and Santa Barbara in California.

However, the airline’s plans don’t just stop there with resumptions to Burbank and Oakland. Following this latest announcement for the summer 2024 season, a vast centre point is to focus on the western part of the United States, which Delta believes can do with strengthening.

The primary U.S. carrier has also said it’ll fly to Reno, Nevada and grow its operation to Aspen in Colorado. Lastly, a new service from Dallas to Seattle will emerge in time for the summer season.

Salt Lake City and Detroit will also see additional flying resumption in the summer 2024 season.

By reopening service to Santa Barbara and delivering more ways to access sought-after destinations throughout the U.S. West, we’re more ready than ever to take our customers on their next great adventures – with the service, reliability and convenience they’ve come to know and expect when flying Delta.

Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President – Network Planning.

Even though the summer of 2023 has just ended, it is pivotal for airlines to be already planning for the years ahead and given the release of schedules being so far ahead, loading these services in is also required.

Delta says that a substantial number of the routes announced will be operated by its mainline fleet with 737-800s, 737-900s, A220-300s, A321neos and the 757-200s set to feature.

From July 8th, service increases from Atlanta to Colorado Springs, El Paso and Sacramento will move towards multi-daily.

Daniel Fowkes
16 Sep 2023
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  1. Great news. I’m particularly interested in flights from DIA to Norfork, VA.
    Please notify me of new routes.

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