Delta Air Lines is beginning the Independence Day celebration early as it introduces July Fourth holiday sale fares that offer vacationers the opportunity to plan a holiday getaway for as low as $118 round trip. These fares must be purchased via Delta’s Web site, delta-air.com and are available between most Continental U.S. cities including travel to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Travel must originate Sunday, July 2, or Monday, July 3. Return travel must begin Tuesday, July 4 or Wednesday, July 5. Tickets must be purchased by July 1, 2000. Other important restrictions apply; see below.
A portion of travel from some destinations may be on the following Delta Connection carriers: Atlantic Southeast Airlines, COMAIR and SkyWest.
SAMPLES OF DELTA-AIR.COM JULY 4 HOLIDAY FARES
ROUND-TRIP SALE FARE
Atlanta - San Juan $218
Atlanta - Phoenix $218
Atlanta - Washington, D.C. $158
Boston - Dallas/Fort Worth $218
Chicago O’Hare & Atlanta $168
Cincinnati - Philadelphia $158
Dallas/Ft. Worth - Orange County, CA $208
Los Angeles - Atlanta $238
New York JFK - San Diego $268
Salt Lake City - Boston $248
San Francisco - Los Angeles $138
Washington, D.C. - Cincinnati $148
Fares do not include a $2.50 Federal excise tax which will be imposed on each flight segment of your itinerary. A flight segment is defined as a takeoff and a landing.
Delta’s goal is to become the #1 airline in the eyes of its customers, flying passengers and cargo from anywhere to everywhere. Passengers already choose to fly Delta more often than any other airline in the world, and the carrier was named “Best-Managed Major Airline” in 1999 by Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine. Customers have access to a global network of 5,390 flights each day to 356 cities in 57 countries on Delta, Delta Express, Delta Shuttle, the Delta Connection carriers and Delta’s Worldwide Partners. For more information, visit Delta at www.delta-air.com.