Breaking Travel News

Delta Connection Adds Service to Five New Cities from Cincinnati

Customers traveling to, from and connecting through Cincinnati will benefit from Delta’s new restructured route system through service to new cities in the South. On
Jan. 31, 2005, Delta Connection carriers Comair and Atlantic Southeast
Airlines (ASA) plan to begin non-stop Bombardier regional jet service to
Baton Rouge, La.; Montgomery and Mobile, Ala.; and Pensacola and Fort
Walton Beach, Fla. This growth is part of Delta’s transformation plan as
announced earlier this month.To celebrate the new service, Delta will offer one-way sale fares as low
as $79 (based on a roundtrip purchase) to these cities. Additional taxes
and fees apply. See below for more terms and conditions related to the
fare sale.

These sale fares come in addition to Delta’s every day, easy-to-understand
SimpliFares in Cincinnati. SimpliFares do not require a Saturday-night
stay. And with SimpliFares, no Cincinnati fare, including last minute
walk-ups, will be higher than $499 one-way in economy or $599 one-way in
first class, within the 48 contiguous United States. Additional taxes and
fees apply. Customers can purchase, check in online and earn 1,000 bonus
SkyMiles for roundtrip travel, all with no booking fees, at

“The regional jet product gives us the opportunity to grow frequencies to
these great mid-tier destinations,” said Fred Buttrell, president and CEO,
Delta Connection, Inc. “After January 31, Cincinnati customers will no
longer have to make a stop to travel to these destinations.”