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New Walk Up Fares from Delta Shuttle

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Passengers flying Delta Shuttle between New York City and Boston and Washington D.C., can now enjoy fares that are up to 60% cheaper than previous walk-up fares.

The new one-way Delta Shuttle fare between New York's LaGuardia Airport and Boston's Logan International Airport is $129. The fare between New York's LaGuardia and Reagan National Airport is $169. Additional taxes/fees/restrictions/baggage charges may apply.

"The Delta Shuttle has a very loyal following among business travelers whose schedules can change on a dime," said Gail Grimmett, senior vice president, New York. "We recognize the need to be flexible to meet their needs and at the same time remain competitive."

Delta offers more than a dozen daily flights connecting both New York and Boston, and New York and Washington, D.C..

Delta Shuttle customers depart from the historic Marine Air Terminal at LaGuardia, a convenient terminal for business travelers, with the on-site PowerStop business center offered in partnership with American Express. Through this comfortable, state-of-the-art business center, customers can:

- connect at workstations equipped with power outlets and wireless high-speed Internet access;

- use personal computers, copy and fax machines, VIP lounge and a conference room; and

- relax in new furniture in a comfortable setting.

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