Delta Air Lines will add 13 new non-stop daily flights to Miami International Airport (MIA) from operations centers and major corporate travel destinations in the US. UU., Including a new service from Orlando, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City and Tampa.
With this expansion of its connection service, Delta will offer 41 daily non-stop options between 10 US airports. UU. and Miami. All flights will offer Delta’s award-winning First Class and Delta Comfort + products, in addition to the airline’s operational reliability and an industry-leading service. The alliances developed by Delta extend its reach from Miami to 12 non-stop international destinations around the world, with LATAM offering 10 additional international destinations from Miami.
“As our new industry-leading partnership with LATAM develops, this announcement expands our presence in South Florida to provide our customers with better connections between the United States and South America,” said Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President. in Network Planning of the company. “With this expansion, we are now well positioned to provide superior service and a convenient network for customers connecting between our airlines, as well as for travelers coming and going from South Florida.”
In addition to providing Miami-based Delta customers with more options throughout the airline’s network, Delta’s new flight schedule will be scheduled to maximize connectivity with LATAM. The two airlines are conveniently located in MIA, allowing faster connection times for customers.
The new flights will be available for sale from Saturday, January 18, 2020 and will begin operating in the North American summer of 2020.
To celebrate this launch, Delta will offer customers offers on flight fares to Miami. When the new routes are available for sale, they can be consulted on this website. Additional fees and conditions apply for luggage.
“We congratulate Delta Air Lines for its new daily flights to MIA,” said Lester Sola, Director and CEO of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department, which oversees operations at Miami International Airport. “We are incredibly proud of their growth and very excited about the opportunity to provide our passengers with greater connectivity along with better flight options. We look forward to continuing our excellent relationship with Delta to offer the best experience to our passengers. ”
Delta and LATAM are building the No. 1 operator that connects North and South America
The improvements in Delta’s service at MIA are part of the alliance developed with LATAM, announced at the end of last year. This strategic partnership would bring together the main airlines of North and South America, offering significantly much broader travel options for customers with access to 435 destinations worldwide.
Together, Delta and LATAM will create the most complete airline network in America, transporting more passengers between North and South America than any other association. Clients will benefit from travel options that will be significantly expanded throughout the Americas and an increasingly fluid experience for the customer, which is a leader in the industry, as it includes benefits from its reciprocal loyalty programs. These cooperation measures are subject to governmental and regulatory approvals.
Delta and LATAM recently announced plans to launch code-share sales for selected flights operated by certain LATAM affiliates in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru from the first quarter of 2020, pending receipt of the corresponding government approvals.