Delta adds 12 destinations to its NY LaGuardia network, and connects Seattle with Paris CDG

  • On 25 March, Delta started the first batch of new destinations from New York LaGuardia, NY (LGA), and is now flying to 12 new US destinations. The move comes as a result of an extensive slot swap between Delta and US Airways, which involved LaGuardia and Washington National and was previously covered by analysis. Delta faces US Airways on as many as 10 routes, while American Airlines provides substantial competition in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) and Miami, FL (MIA) markets (98 and 70 weekly flights respectively). The following table summarises the new routes launched by Delta from LaGuardia. For detailed fleet information, please see our downloadable spreadsheet of all new routes launched this week.
Date Destination WF A/c Competition (WF)
26-Mar-12 Albany, NY (ALB) 7 ERJ145 US Airways (17)
25-Mar-12 Buffalo, NY (BUF) 37 CRJ900 US Airways (22)
25-Mar-12 Burlington, VT (BTV) 19 eqv US Airways (22)
25-Mar-12 Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) 36 E170 American Airlines (98), Spirit (7)
25-Mar-12 Greensboro, NC (GSO) 17 ERJ145 US Airways (29)
25-Mar-12 Louisville, KY (SDF) 6 ERJ145 US Airways (17)
25-Mar-12 Manchester, NH (MHT) 5 ERJ145 US Airways (23)
25-Mar-12 Miami, FL (MIA) 28 MD88 American Airlines (70)
25-Mar-12 Norfolk, VA (ORF) 17 ERJ145 US Airways (25)
25-Mar-12 Richmond, VA (RIC) 30 eqv US Airways (33)
25-Mar-12 Rochester, NY (ROC) 24 CRJ700 US Airways (17)
25-Mar-12 Syracuse, NY (SYR) 30 eqv US Airways (23)
Source: new route database

WF: Weekly Frequency

In addition to the LaGuardia expansion, Delta also launched a new transatlantic route, connecting Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) and Paris CDG (CDG). The daily service, which is operated with 767-300ER equipment, replaces the five-weekly flights previously offered by fellow SkyTeam carrier Air France.


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