Delta Expands Flying Out of Los Angeles

By Paul Riegler on 6 March 2013
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View from a Delta 767-300ER

Delta Air Lines announced the addition of eight new destinations and an increase in service to other cities from Los Angeles International Airport.

New flights include: daily service to Nashville and three daily flights to Seattle, both effective April 8; daily service to Spokane, Washington starting June 10; four daily flights to San Jose, California starting July 1; new daily service to San Jose, Costa Rica, also starting July 1; and new seasonal flying, including daily flights to Boston (starting June 10), thrice weekly flights to Anchorage, Alaska (starting June 21), and once weekly flights to Bozeman, Montana (starting June 22).

Delta is also expanding its service to: Oakland, California, Phoenix, Arizona, and Sacramento, California starting June 10 with one additional flight each; an increased frequency of flights to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico switching from Saturday only to daily starting July 1; one additional flight to Guadalajara, Mexico starting July 6; and an additional flight (for a total of three) to New Orleans starting September 4.

Delta also announced that lie-flat seating in BusinessElite cabins will be available on four out of the seven Los Angeles transcon flights to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport this summer and that service to Las Vegas will be upgraded to six mainline flights in June.

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