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Delta Air Lines increases International Capacity

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Thursday, 21 February 2008

Delta Air Lines has adjusted its plans for some key international markets in order to accommodate a strong demand outlook for the upcoming summer travel season. Beginning this June, Delta will:

- Accelerate the start of New York-JFK to Lyon, France, by beginning service on June 3 instead of the initial date of July 15

- Increase the frequency of New York-JFK to Cape Town, South Africa, via Dakar, Senegal, from three to four times weekly, starting June 3

- Increase the frequency of New York-JFK to Malaga, Spain, from three to four times weekly, starting June 4

- Increase the frequency of New York-JFK to Orly, France, from four to five times weekly, starting June 2, in preparation of daily service beginning in July

- Increase the frequency on Atlanta to Venice, Italy, from four to five times weekly, starting June 2

- Add a second flight on Atlanta to Sao Paulo, Brazil, five times weekly from June 15 to August 15

These changes point to the success of our international strategy and the public response for the broad reach of our international network, said Glen Hauenstein, executive vice president Network and Revenue Management, Delta Air Lines. We are very enthusiastic about the outlook of our new routes for 2008, particularly those in conjunction with Air France, which will further establish Delta as a preferred carrier for international travel.

Among Deltas new routes for 2008 are the much-anticipated nonstop service between Atlanta and Shanghai, China starting March 30, as well as nonstop service to London Heathrow with daily flights from New York-JFK, Atlanta and Los Angeles beginning March 29.

Delta has also confirmed it will postpone the start of its New York-JFK to Nairobi, Kenya, service via Dakar, Senegal, due to current market conditions. That flight is now scheduled to start December 8. Additionally, Deltas newly proposed New York-JFK to Lagos, Nigeria, service will be postponed to December 11. Existing service between Atlanta and Lagos will continue on a daily basis.

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