Next Stop, Hollywood with Delta

Delta customers soon will have
improved access to Los Angeles as a result of new service to Bob Hope
Airport in Burbank, Calif. Just north of downtown Los Angeles, Burbank
airport is the closest major airport to downtown, Hollywood, Pasadena’s
Rose Bowl and the busy television and movie studios of the San Fernando
Valley. Beginning January 31, Delta will offer one daily, nonstop Boeing 757
flight to Burbank from Atlanta, and three daily, nonstop Canadair Regional
Jet flights from Salt Lake City operated by Delta Connection carrier
SkyWest Airlines.

To celebrate the new service, Delta is offering special sale fares from
Burbank to 170 U.S. destinations. One-way fares offered are as low as $79,
based on a roundtrip purchase. See below for additional terms and
conditions related to the fare sale.

“Whether the destination is a major movie studio in the Valley or a
Dodgers game in Chavez Ravine, Delta’s new Burbank service offers
customers more convenient access,” said Doug Blissit, vice president -
Network Analysis. “And no matter where a customer wants to be in the Los
Angeles area, Delta will be close by and ready to serve with service from
four metro airports.”

In addition to its new Burbank service, Delta also serves the Los Angeles
area via:

  - 2 daily nonstop flights to 12 destinations from Los Angeles International Airport;
  - 10 daily nonstop Delta and Delta Connection flights to three destinations from Ontario International Airport, and;
  - 16 daily nonstop Delta and Delta Connection flights to four destinations from John Wayne Airport in Orange County.
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