Delta Air Lines is launching a new daily non-stop service between Atlanta and Kahului on the island of Maui and one-stop service via Salt Lake City between Atlanta and Kona on the “Big Island” of Hawaii.
Delta’s new routes bring to 11 the number of daily round-trip departures to three island destinations between the mainland United States and Hawaii.
“Delta’s newest service to Kona and Maui provides our customers with some of the best that our 50th state has to offer,” said Bob Cortelyou, Delta’s vice president of Network Planning.
“In addition to witnessing the fiery beauty of an active volcano, visitors to these beautiful islands can take advantage of a multitude of other activities, including diving or snorkeling to marvel at the color and diversity of Hawaii’s marine life, hiking in a tropical rainforest to spy rare native Hawaiian birds or horseback riding across a black sand beach.”
Delta offers customers in and connecting through its hub cities in Atlanta, Cincinnati and Salt Lake City the only non-stop service to Hawaii.
The carrier serves the state capital of Honolulu from Atlanta, Cincinnati and Salt Lake City, as well as Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Customers may fly non-stop to Maui from Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and on the newest flight from Atlanta. And Delta flies to Kona from Atlanta with one stop at Salt Lake City and no change of planes.