Delta Air Lines says they intend to increase flights in to Las Vegas by 50 percent in January of 2023 for the mega-popular Consumer Electronics Show, more commonly known as CES.
Delta will be offering additional flights from 16 U.S. cities and three of its international hubs to Las Vegas for the convention. CES is arguably the most influential tech event in the world, and Delta is committed to helping attendees get there easily and affordably.
Delta is adding approximately 23,000 seats* to and from LAS between January 3-4 and January 7-9, 2023. This will include more than 5,800 seats* in Delta's four premium cabins.
“From sports championships to major industry milestones, Delta consistently works to meet our customers’ demand to attend the world’s biggest events by adding more seats and flights,” said Joe Esposito, S.V.P. Network Planning. “After two years of virtual programming, we know CES attendees are looking forward to connecting in person, and the Delta team is excited to get them to and from Las Vegas safely and reliably, with the world-class service for which we’re known.”
Delta is adding flights to Las Vegas from eight of its U.S. hubs to accommodate conference goers. In addition, the airline will fly nonstop from cities like Austin, Texas; Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, Florida; Orange County, California; and San Diego and San Jose, California — cities that Delta does not otherwise serve nonstop to Las Vegas. This will make it easier for people to travel to and from the conference.
International fliers will have a variety of daily service options on Delta and Delta partner-operated flights from Amsterdam, London, Paris, Incheon and Mexico City. All Delta-operated international flights will feature four different product experiences: Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin.
More information on Delta's schedule increase can be found here.