Delta Air Lines, will be offering customers even more travel options to the Big Apple’s preferred airport in the New Year.
Effective Feb. 16, 2006, Delta will offer customers new non-stop daily flights between LaGuardia and Miami, and LaGuardia and New Orleans, bringing to 28 the number of non-stop destinations served from LaGuardia.
Additionally, with the addition of Miami, Delta will offer customers the most flight choices between LaGuardia and Florida of any New York airline, with daily service to seven Florida cities.
“Delta is New York’s airline, and we are proud to offer our customers in Miami and New Orleans expanded service to the city’s front door at LaGuardia Airport,” said Bob Cortelyou, Delta’s vice president of Network Planning.
“Our customers tell us they value the convenience of non-stop service to preferred airports in America’s key business centers, and we are pleased to add our 27th and 28th non-stop destinations from LaGuardia - the closest airport to New York’s business and cultural center of Manhattan.”
To celebrate the new service, Delta is offering special low introductory fares for the new flights beginning in February: $59 for travel between LaGuardia and Miami, and $69 for travel between New York-LGA and New Orleans.
Fares shown are one way, based on a roundtrip purchase. Additional taxes/fees/restrictions apply. Fares are available for purchase only on delta.com or from a travel agent.
Tickets must be purchased by Jan. 4, 2006, and all travel must be completed by April 6, 2006.
Delta offers New York City customers great service and convenient schedules to the best Florida markets, with 24 flights to seven Florida cities from New York-JFK and 21 flights to seven Florida cities from New York-LaGuardia.
Globally, Delta offers New York customers 241 flights to 45 destinations in the United States and 20 international destinations from the three New York-area airports: LaGuardia, JFK and Newark. New York-JFK is Delta’s second largest international gateway with 20 flights to 19 destinations in Canada, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. By June 2006, Delta will add 10 more international destinations from JFK, including Kiev, Ukraine, Budapest, Hungary and Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (subject to U.S. and foreign government approvals.)