Delta Air Lines
) announced the launch of new nonstop seasonal flights between
Fargo, N.D. and Atlanta. The service will commence from Dec 21
and will be available only on Saturdays.
Delta - the second largest airline company in the U.S. after
United Continental Holdings Inc.
) - will execute the service via the two-class Canadair CRJ-900
of ExpressJet Airlines. These planes are designed with 12 First
Class seats, 12 Economy Comfort seats and 52 seats in the main
cabin. Additionally, there is the facility for on-board Wi-Fi
Atlanta, Ga.-based airline unveiled the service to tap the
increasing demand for flights from customers in the northern part
of the nation, connecting to the warmer places in Southeast and
Latin America during the winter season. This new flight system
will enable the people in the North Dakota region to have easy
access to numerous destinations across the nation as well as in
overseas arenas through Atlanta.
We appreciate Delta's constant endeavors to expand its
operational base through the introduction of services
interlinking various domestic and international spots. The
company is on track to speed up the number of flights at the U.S.
film city, Los Angeles' international airport with daily
year-round and seasonal services. The company also announced new
seasonal non-stop flights every Saturday from December this year
between Minneapolis and San Jose; Los Angeles and Belize City;
and New York and Guatemala City.
Apart from network enhancement, Delta is progressing well on
improving ancillary revenues by adding features to its services
as well as introducing products to improve passenger satisfaction
and experience, both in air and on ground. The company is also
taking several initiatives to lower costs and is targeting $1
billion of cost savings over the next few years.
Delta operates with the likes of
Southwest Airlines Co.
) and carries a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).
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