Delta Air Lines announced a series of new routes and expanded frequencies to domestic beach and mountain destinations, as US carriers prepare for an expected leisure travel surge.
The new and expanded services feature a series of US western mountain destinations including Bozeman (BZN), Glacier Park (FCA) and Missoula (MSO) in Montana; Fresno (FAT) in California; Rapid City (RAP) in South Dakota; and Reno-Tahoe (RNO) in Nevada. Many of the routes will originate from Delta’s hubs at Atlanta (ATL), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK) and Seattle (SEA).
Additionally, Delta will expand service to a host of warm-weather beach markets including Hilton Head (HHH) and Myrtle Beach (MYR) in South Carolina; Asheville (AVL) and Wilmington (ILM) in North Carolina; and Savannah (SAV) in Georgia. Many of the new routes will connect from the airline’s northern US hubs including Boston (BOS), New York LaGuardia (LGA), Detroit (DTW) and Minneapolis (MSP).
Delta will also launch a series of Caribbean routes from its main ATL hub, including to Bonaire (BON), Grand Cayman Islands (GCM), Roatan Island (RT and St. Kitts (SK. The carrier will also increase connectivity to northeast US leisure destinations including Bangor (BGR) in Maine; Burlington (BTV) in Vermont; and Martha’s Vineyard (MVY) and Nantucket (ACK) in Massachusetts.