Delta Air Lines announced today it will offer customers one additional
nonstop flight a week between its Atlanta hub and Liberia, Costa Rica,
effective April 4. With the addition of this flight, Delta will offer
customers service between Atlanta and Liberia six times weekly.
The flights will operate Tuesday through Sunday with a 148-seat Boeing
737-800 aircraft. Delta currently offers service between the cities five
times weekly, Thursday-Monday.
“We were the first U.S. carrier to offer year-round, scheduled service to
Liberia, and the popularity of this exciting leisure destination is
continually growing. We are adding service to meet that growing demand,”
said Subodh Karnik, Delta`s senior vice president - Network and Revenue
Management. “We are pleased Delta passengers will now have the exclusive
choice of flying six days a week between the beautiful Guanacaste region
of Costa Rica and Atlanta.”
On Dec. 1, 2002, Delta became the first major U.S. carrier to offer
permanent regular service between Atlanta`s Hartsfield International
Airport and Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, Guanacaste.
Delta also offers daily nonstop service between Atlanta and San Jose,
Delta Air Lines, the world`s second largest airline in terms of passengers
carried and the leading U.S. carrier across the Atlantic, offers 7,318
flights each day to 487 destinations in 82 countries on Delta, Song, Delta
Shuttle, Delta Connection and Delta`s worldwide partners. Delta is a
founding member of SkyTeam, a global airline alliance that provides
customers with extensive worldwide destinations, flights and services. For
more information, please visit delta.com .