Delta Connection will offer customers more daily nonstop jet service between Orlando, Fla., and the cities of Columbia, S.C.; Greensboro, N.C., and Nashville, Tenn., effective Oct. 1. Delta Connection carrier Chautauqua Airlines will operate one additional round-trip flight in each market, using Embraer regional jets.
The new schedule also includes an additional round-trip flight between Tallahassee and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., effective Oct. 2, also operated by Delta Connection carrier Chautauqua.
“Having a selection of flight times is important to our customers, especially business travelers,” said Fred Buttrell, president and chief executive officer of Delta Connection, Inc. “These additional flights will make Delta Connection service even more convenient between Orlando and Columbia, Greensboro and Nashville, and between Tallahassee and Fort Lauderdale.”
Delta Connection carrier Chautauqua operates 37- and 50-seat Embraer regional jets designed for customer comfort, featuring large overhead bins and one-by-two seating, with no middle seats.
Delta Connection carriers include Delta’s wholly owned subsidiaries Atlantic Southeast Airlines and Comair, additional regional carriers Atlantic Coast Airlines, Chautauqua Airlines and SkyWest Airlines, and codeshare partner American Eagle (in California). Delta Connection carriers operate more than 350 regional jets throughout North America. For more information, visit delta.com.