Delta Air Lines celebrates a trio of route inaugurations

Savannah Airport celebrated the start of Delta Air Lines’ weekly services to Minneapolis-St. Paul by giving passengers on the inaugural flight cupcakes which were decorated in the corporate colours of the SkyTeam member. The 1,756-kilometre sector will be flown by the carrier’s fleet of CRJ 900s and will face no direct competition according to OAG Schedules Analyser data.

  • Delta Air Lines commenced three new services during the past week, starting on 2 March with the 2,926-kilometre sector between Salt Lake City (SLC) and Raleigh-Durham (RDU). The route will be flown by the carrier using its A320 fleet on a daily basis. The SkyTeam member then launched a further two routes on 5 March, with the airline connecting its largest hub Atlanta (ATL) with Santiago (STI) in the Dominican Republic and Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) with Savannah (SAV). The 2,091- and 1,756-kilometre sectors will be flown weekly, with the former operated by the airline’s A320 fleet, while the latter will served using the carrier’s CRJ 900s. No incumbent carriers operate on any of Delta’s new routes.

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