Delta Launches Flights to Seoul and HK from Detroit

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Delta Air Lines this week begins nonstop flights from its Detroit Metropolitan Airport hub to Seoul-Incheon and Hong Kong.

 The new routes, along with expanded service to Shanghai, continue Delta's development of Detroit as a major gateway to Asia.

 On a year-round basis, Delta offers Detroit customers service to 158 nonstop destinations, including 28 international destinations and five in Asia.

"Delta's development of Detroit as a major international hub and gateway to Asia has been a boon for our customers and this community," said Andrea Fischer Newman, Delta's senior vice president Government Affairs. "With service to 12 small and medium- sized Michigan communities, Delta connects not only Detroit but customers statewide to the world with one convenient connection at one of the world's top-rated airports for customer satisfaction."

 Delta also plans to add service from Detroit to Tokyo's Haneda Airport complementing the airline's current service connecting Detroit to Tokyo at Narita. Service to Tokyo-Haneda is pending final U.S. government approval.

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