Delta has launched flights to the oil city Williston in North Dakota

  • Delta Air Lines launched flights to the oil city of Williston, ND (ISN) on 12 November when the airline launched twice-daily flights from its Minneapolis/St Paul, MN (MSP) hub, using 50-seat CRJ200 aircraft operated by SkyWest. This makes Delta the third airline to serve the North Dakota airport after Great Lakes Airlines as well as United, which only launched its Denver flights a week before Delta’s arrival.

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