Delta to increase frequency from Los Angeles airport
Delta Air Lines has announced its decision to increase the frequency to domestic destinations beginning this fall. The airline has plans to add new flights to four cities and add service on nine existing routes. The added services will give passengers a chance to book more business class tickets from Los Angeles International Airport.
At present, the commercial carrier operates about 115 flights to 40 cities from this airport. All these flights comprise of business elite and first class sections. Passengers traveling on domestic routes also get to use in-flight Wi-Fi service.
The airline is set to launch daily flights to Portland, Oregon and connect Seattle with twice-daily service. It will also increase the frequency of its service to San Francisco by offering three more flights. It also plans to operate two more flights to Oakland in California and start one more flight to San Jose in California.
Other additions to the airline’s itinerary will include one more flight to New Orleans, Kansas City in Missouri, Indianapolis and Columbus, Ohio.
The airline, which was honored at 2013 Leading Edge Awards as the Best Overall Domestic Airline will also change schedule of its daily operations to Tampa, Florida and Raleigh, North Carolina. It will also add daily service to Jackson Hole, Winnipeg for a limited period of time. Seasonal daily flights will also be added to Bozeman, Montana.
Delta is presently modifying Terminal 5 at the airport for the benefit of its customers. The project is aimed at doubling the size of its ticketing lobby and screening checkpoints. An exclusive Sky Priority lobby and checkpoint comprising amended Delta Sky Club and new luggage conveyor belt is also in the pipeline.