Delta Air lines announced on Monday that they will offer their customers more options from Seattle this summer. The carrier will offer new Airbus A220 service to Dallas/Fort Worth and Columbus, Ohio and expand service to 12 U.S. destinations.
Today, Delta Air Lines announced expanded service from Seattle for summer 2020 and beyond including new Airbus A220 service to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Columbus Ohio (CMH). The carrier will also expand service to 12 U.S. cities and operate daily service to London-Heathrow (LHR) in 2021. Additionally, around 70 percent of flights will be operated with larger mainline aircraft featuring a more comfortable experience with a seat-back IFE system and Wi-Fi. Service to DFW will be offered three times daily and nonstop flights to Columbus will be offered daily. The carrier is also expanding their offer to twelve U.S. destinations including Anchorage, Atlanta, Austin, Boise, Boston, Bozeman, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Spokane, Tampa and Washington D.C. (IAD). In Monday’s announcement, Delta’s Vice President – Seattle, Tony Gonchar said,
“Our Customers’ demand for new destinations, award-winning service, commitment to seat-back entertainment and superior reliability are what drives Delta’s continued growth in Seattle. With our extensive partner service from Seattle on Virgin Atlantic, Air France, Korean Air and Aeroméxico, customers can expect a seamless journey across the globe.”
With today’s additions, Delta will now offer 190 daily departures to 56 destinations for summer 2020 from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). DFW is the carrier’s second Texas destination, complementing their existing service to Austin which was launched in 2017. With the launch of nonstop service to London-Heathrow in 2021, Delta will offer 10 international destinations from Seattle, more than any other carrier. Delta has been working closely with the Port of Seattle on a new $766M international arrivals facility which will open later this year.
Source: Delta Air Lines