The post pandemic air travel rebound looks set to continue with Delta Air Lines making the latest splash...
Delta on Friday announced they are launching 3 non-stop transcontinental routes that will see the Atlanta carrier flying the following city pairs:
- Atlanta (ATL) to Cape Town
- Los Angeles (LAX) to Tahiti
- Atlanta (ATL) to Tel Aviv
In addition to Delta's Cape Town service, Delta already provides passengers with 10 flights per week with Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Delta has also expanded service to Tel Aviv from three U.S. hubs – Atlanta (one of the busiest airports in the world), Boston, and New York-JFK. The new service means that Delta will offer a total of thirteen weekly flights to Tel Aviv. In Los Angeles, Delta reopened the first phase of the new Delta Sky Way at LAX earlier this year.
The Delta Sky Way - LAX partnership with Los Angeles World Airports, which has cost $2.3 billion, is set to be finished next year.
Delta offers different types of experiences for travelers. You can choose Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+, or Main Cabin.
Delta One travelers will enjoy new amenities and services such as amenity kits made by Someone Somewhere, soft bedding made from recycled materials, pre-departure beverage service, chef-curated three-course meals with decadent desserts that let you create your own ice cream sundae.
Delta is providing free Wi-Fi and in-seat power for all customers, as well as refreshed food and beverage options. All customers will have access to Delta’s best-in-class seatback entertainment. You can enjoy premium food and beverage options from small businesses, suppliers from across the globe and woman- and LGBTQ+-led brands.