Reportur’s Tourism News: Atlanta to Cancun Flights Increase to 7 Daily by Delta; NYC Now Offers 4 Flights per Day

It also adds a daily frequency to three Dominican destinations

RR | New York | March 19, 2023

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Delta announced its flight schedule for the holiday season to destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America. The offer will grow 20% more than in the same 2022 season, and means adding a daily flight from its two large hubs to its main destinations, such as Cancun, Punta Cana, Mexico City, Santiago or Santo Domingo.

Delta’s seasonal routes are focused on sun and beach destinations, which it will operate from its bases in the United States such as Atlanta, New York-JFK, Detroit and Minneapolis. From JFK, a daily flight will increase on each of its routes, leaving Cancun, in Mexico, with three daily frequencies; Nassau, Bahamas, with 2 daily flights; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, with 2 newspapers; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, with 4 daily frequencies; San Juan, Puerto Rico, with 4 daily flights, and Santiago, Dominican Republic, with 4 daily.

From Atlanta it will also add a daily flight. To Aruba it will start operating 2 daily flights; to Cancun 7 days; Liberia, Costa Rica 2 daily; San José, Costa Rica 2 daily; Montego Bay, Jamaica 4 daily; San Juan, Puerto Rico 5 daily; Mexico City 5 daily; Puerto Vallarta 2 daily, Roatán, Honduras on Saturdays a daily flight. In addition, from Detroit to Cancun there will be 4 daily flights.

Likewise, it will increase its new non-stop route to Cozumel, Mexico, with a daily flight from Atlanta and a seasonal service three times a week from Minneapolis. The airline will open the sale of these flights from March 18, to operate in season from December 16 to January 7.

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as reported, Delta has asked the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) for permission to delay its flights between Miami and Havana, for operational reasons, as well as for the seasonal route between Atlanta and the Cuban capital, this to ensure that it is viable commercially. (Delta delays its entry to Cuba from Miami and Atlanta).

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