Delta adds service to Mexico’s Queretaro

16th Oct 2007

Delta Air Lines has added a new nonstop service to legendary Queretaro, Mexico, from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, starting Jan. 14, 2008.Located in Mexico’s central region, Queretaro offers more than 460 years of culture and tradition, and proudly boasts to be the cradle of Mexico’s Independence.

The city’s ‘Teatro de la Republica’ served as the stage where Mexico’s Constitution was signed in 1917.

Just an hour from the Queretaro historical center, wine lovers and travelers alike can visit traditional haciendas, beautiful vineyards and wine houses to get a taste of Mexico’s best.

‘Mexico is one of Delta’s most important markets in our global network. With this new flight, Delta increases to 19 the number of destinations in Mexico, making it the country with the most international destinations for Delta’ said Christophe Didier, vice president of Sales and Public Affairs in Latin America and the Caribbean.

To celebrate the new service, Delta is offering a one-way special fare of $249, for purchase by October 29, with travel completed by March 31, 2008. Additional taxes/fees/restrictions apply. Fare will be $20 higher if purchased from Delta over the telephone, or at an airport or city ticket office. See below for more details.



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