Delta Air Lines is increasing its schedule at Los Angeles International Airport, by offering daily additional year-round and seasonal service to 14 destinations, including...

Delta Air Lines is increasing its schedule at Los Angeles International Airport, by offering daily additional year-round and seasonal service to 14 destinations, including eight new markets.

The additional service will give Delta Air Lines 12 per cent more daily seats from Los Angeles International Airport.


Among the many aircraft types in Delta Air Lines' massive mainline fleet is the Boeing 737-800. Delta operates 73 of the model

Among the many aircraft types in Delta Air Lines’ massive mainline fleet is the Boeing 737-800. Delta operates 73 of the model

 

Delta’s new or expanded service from Los Angeles International Airport includes:

● New daily service to Nashville and three daily flights to Seattle, from April 8;

● New service to two markets in the Western U.S.: to San Jose, California, with four daily flights from July 1; and Spokane, Washington, with one daily flight from June 10;

● New summer seasonal service to three markets: a daily flight to Boston from June 10; three flights a week (on Friday, Saturday and Sunday) to Anchorage, Alaska from June 21; and a Saturday-only service to Bozeman, Montana from June 22;

Delta Air Lines is taking delivery of 100 new Boeing 737-900ERs in the 2013-2018 period

Delta Air Lines is taking delivery of 100 new Boeing 737-900ERs in the 2013-2018 period

 

●  New international service to San Jose in Costa Rica from July 1;

●  Expanding service by one additional daily flight to Oakland, Phoenix and Sacramento for a total of five daily flights in each market, from June 10;

●  Increasing service frequency to Puerto Vallarta in Mexico from Saturday-only to daily from July 1; and an additional Saturday flight to Guadalajara in Mexico from July 6;

● Expanding service to New Orleans with one additional daily flight, making a total of three daily round-trips from September 4;

A new Delta Air Lines 737-700 was the first Boeing Next-Generation 737 to receive carbon brakes, in 2008. Delta operates 10 Boeing 737-700s and also has 73 Boeing 737-800s in its fleet

A new Delta Air Lines 737-700 was the first Boeing Next-Generation 737 to receive carbon brakes, in 2008. Delta operates 10 Boeing 737-700s and also has 73 Boeing 737-800s in its fleet

 

● Offering flat-bed seating in Business Elite on four of Delta’s seven daily flights to New York JFK this summer; and

● Upgrading Las Vegas service to six daily mainline aircraft in June.

“Los Angeles boasts a strong domestic revenue market and we are committed to building a network that supports customer demand both locally and around the globe,” says Bob Cortelyou, Delta’s senior vice president – network planning.

By summer, Delta will operate 118 peak-day departures from Los Angeles to 40 destinations, including Sydney and Tokyo. All Los Angeles service offers customers the option of first class, Economy Comfort or economy seating, along with in-flight Wi-Fi.

The Boeing 737-700 is one of the most recent additions to the Delta Air LInes fleet and Delta uses its 737-700s on a wide variety of domestic international routes, including flights between Atlanta and northern Brazil

The Boeing 737-700 is one of the most recent additions to the Delta Air LInes fleet and Delta uses its 737-700s on a wide variety of domestic and international routes, including flights between Atlanta and northern Brazil

 

Customers flying from Los Angeles also can make use of Delta’s codeshare agreements with domestic partner Alaska Airlines and international carriers WestJet and Virgin Australia, as well as Sky Team partners Air France/KLM, Alitalia, Korean Air, Aeromexico, China Airlines China Eastern, China Southern and Aeroflot.

In 2012, Alaska Airlines relocated to Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 6 as part of a Delta co-location strategic partnership. Customers of both airlines can now experience shorter connecting times between Delta’s operation at Terminal 5 and 6 and have access to more international, transcontinental and West Coast travel options when booking.

Additionally, Delta expects to begin codesharing on flights between Los Angeles and London Heathrow Airport with partner Virgin Atlantic Airways later this year.

Delta is making significant renovations to its check-in and arrival areas at Los Angeles International Airport and is adding air bridges at various gates to improve the airline’s operational performance and overall customer experience at the airport.

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