The airline’s new flights will bring service to multiple California cities, Aspen, and more.
By Michael Cappetta
While many travelers are planning fall getaways or holiday season travels, Delta Air Lines is looking ahead even further with new destinations for next summer’s travel season.
Announced on Friday, the airline will launch new service connecting virtually every corner of the United States starting on June 7, 2024, including daily flights from its main hub in Atlanta to Fresno Santa Barbara in California. The airline is also launching a new service on July 8, 2024 from Dallas to Seattle twice daily.
Another addition is service from Atlanta and Los Angeles to Aspen, Colorado. Described as a ‘top-requested destination by Delta’s customers’, the airline will operate daily flights year-round for both hubs where Atlanta will offer twice-daily service during the popular winter ski season.
The airline is also announcing the return of routes that had previously been abandoned including Atlanta to Burbank and Oakland in California, and Reno, Nevada.
Delta is also bringing back flights including:
- Anchorage to Detroit
- Columbus, Ohio to Salt Lake City
- Santa Barbara to Salt Lake City
- Detroit to Sacramento
The new flight routes, which will connect travelers to popular attractions such as Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park will be available for booking starting Saturday, September 16 for travel that will begin next summer in 2024, according to a release from the airline.
“By reopening service to Santa Barbara and delivering more ways to access sought-after destinations throughout the U.S. West, we’re more ready than ever to take our customers on their next great adventures – with the service, reliability and convenience they’ve come to know and expect when flying Delta,” Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning Joe Esposito said in a statement.
The flight announcements come just days after Delta made significant changes to both their SkyMiles loyalty program, and access into the airline’s SkyClub lounges. The airline also announced this week that is has updated its in-flight food and beverage menu.