Airline adds 11 flights to winter in North America


As airlines prepare for the summer of Europe, Delta Air Lines moves to the US winter season. The carrier has announced the addition of 11 temporary flights to its network.

All exits will happen from the company hub in Salt Lake City, the state capital of Utah, one of the high points for snow fans. Among the new features are the addition of three new services to Vail / Eagle and Montrose / Telluride, both in Colorado, as well as the Atlanta-Vancouver route during the Christmas season. Canada was also included in this increase.

Delta’s hub in Salt Lake City offers connections to 11 mountain destinations with more than 260 daily flights from 94 cities across the continent. The company also added flights from Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York and Seattle.

Delta’s winter services will begin December 21 this year and will run through April 2, 2018. Check out the destinations below:



Aspen / Snowmass, Colorado (USA)

Vail / Eagle, Colorado (USA)

Hayden / Steamboat Springs, Colorado (USA)

Montrose / Telluride, Colorado (USA)

Sun Valley, Idaho (USA)

Bozeman, Montana (USA)

Kalispell / Whitefish, Montana (USA)

Reno / Tahoe, Nevada (USA)

Jackson Hole, Wyoming (US)

Calgary / Banff, Alberta (Canada)

Vancouver / Whistler, B.C (Canada)


Source: Panrotas

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