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New Delta route to Antigua

On Dec. 18, 2005, Delta will launch the only non-stop service between Atlanta and the island of Antigua and a special introductory fare will make a visit more cost effective
“We are indeed delighted to welcome Delta service to Antigua, and we celebrate this partnership as a major accomplishment for our islands,” said the Hon. Harold Lovell, Antigua’s Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation.

“This service benefits all of us by increasing accessibility for consumers through Delta’s domestic and international network and by allowing us to expand our number of visitors.”

“This new service to Antigua reaffirms our efforts to establish Atlanta as the most convenient gateway for service to and from the Caribbean,” said James Sarvis, Delta’s director for Latin America and the Caribbean.

“Atlanta’s excellent geographical location and unequalled number of connecting opportunities will benefit customers in both our nations.”

For a limited time, customers may take advantage of a special introductory fare of US$198 each way, based on a round-trip purchase, for travel between Dec. 18, 2005, and April 26, 2006. The fare is available for purchase only on or from a travel agent. Customers should start planning because tickets must be purchased no later than Nov. 30, 2005