Delta Offers More Reasons to Fly to the Masters

Delta Air Lines is making
it easier for customers to stroll among the azaleas during 2005 Masters
week at the legendary Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. The
airline is adding 15 flights—or more than 2,000 seats—between
Augusta and its largest hub in Atlanta from April 6-11 to accommodate
increased demand for this year’s Masters Tournament. “We take pride in adding additional capacity for this premier sporting
event,” said Doug Blissit, vice president-Network Analysis. “The Masters
is a world-renowned event and these additional flights will provide more
convenient access to Augusta National Golf Club for thousands of Delta
customers.”

The additional flights will be operated by Delta and Delta Connection
carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) using MD-88, Boeing 737, Boeing
757 and Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft. The flights are in addition to ASA’s
year- round schedule of nine daily flights between the two Georgia cities.
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