From the rocky slopes of Mt.
McKinley to the Caribbean tropical reefs of Cozumel, Delta customers soon
will have access to more destinations from the airline’s Atlanta and Salt
Lake City hubs, and expanded service to existing destinations in Alaska,
Mexico, Latin America and the United States. From Salt Lake City, Delta will add service to:
- Fairbanks, Alaska, with daily seasonal service beginning May 13 and
ending Sept. 11, 2005;
- Baltimore/Washington International Airport, with one daily non-stop
flight beginning Jan. 31, 2005;
- Cancun, Mexico, with a non-stop Sunday flight being added to previously
announced Saturday service, effective Jan. 31, 2005.
- Anchorage, Alaska, with a third daily seasonal non-stop flight
beginning April 3 and ending Oct. 16, 2005;
Customers in Salt Lake City are reaping the benefits of Delta’s continued
expansion in Salt Lake City. Baltimore/Washington is the most popular
destination from Salt Lake City without any Delta non-stop service.
Fairbanks is the gateway to Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve,
the home of Mt. McKinley, the highest point in North America. Cancun,
which will now be served from Salt Lake City twice a week, is one of the
most popular leisure destinations in the world.
In addition, Salt Lake City customers also will have access to daily, non-
stop seasonal flights to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, beginning Feb. 5 and
ending May 31.
From Atlanta, Delta will add flights to Cozumel, Mexico; with Saturday and
Sunday service beginning March 5, 2005. Delta will also now offer
customers daily service to Guanacaste Liberia, Costa Rica, beginning Jan.
31, 2005. The airline had previously offered service six times weekly.
“With new and expanded service to Cozumel and Liberia, customers will have
easier access to both the Caribbean and Pacific coasts in Central
America,” said James Sarvis, director-Latin America and Caribbean Region.
“Whether it is the exotic wildlife in Costa Rica’s Guanacaste region or
the world-class diving around Cozumel’s Mesoamerican Reef, Delta is
putting world-class experiences a short, convenient flight away.”