Delta Connection will add a seventh daily nonstop flight to the Delta (NYSE: DAL) and Delta Connection schedule between Toronto, Canada, and Atlanta beginning April 17, 2002. The flight will be operated by Delta Connection carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) using the Canadair regional jet (CRJ).
With the additional service, Toronto passengers will enjoy the convenience of 16 nonstop daily flights to two Delta and Delta Connection hubs, including seven flights to Atlanta—five operated with the CRJ and two operated with Delta’s MD-88 aircraft—and nine flights to Cincinnati, operated with the CRJ.
The new flight is the second round-trip flight added by Delta Connection between Toronto and Atlanta this year. Both new flights begin operation April 17.
Known for convenience, comfort and speed, CRJs feature a comfortable two-by-two seating arrangement; every seat is an aisle or window, with no middle seats. The plane can cruise at 530 mph at altitudes as high as 41,000 feet, and is recognized as one of the quietest commercial aircraft in the world.