Delta Airlines will add new service to Atlanta from Burlington, Vt., Green Bay, Wis. and Anchorage, Alaska, beginning this summer.
Delta’s service includes:
- New nonstop year-round service between Atlanta and Burlington operated with MD-88 aircraft, featuring 16 First Class seats, 15 Economy Comfort seats and 118 seats in the economy cabin.
- New service between Atlanta and Green Bay using two-class CRJ700 regional jets*, with nine First Class seats, eight Economy Comfort seats and 48 seats in the main cabin.
- New summer seasonal service between Atlanta and Anchorage operated with Boeing 757 aircraft, featuring 24 First Class seats, 21 Economy Comfort seats and 135 economy seats.
Customers flying to Atlanta from these markets will have access to convenient connecting opportunities at the world’s largest single airline hub. From Atlanta, Delta operates more than 920 peak-day departures to 207 nonstop destinations, including 60 international destinations. In May 2012, the Atlanta Airport opened the new state-of-the-art Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal in collaboration with Delta. The new terminal is part of Delta’s more than $3 billion investment in enhanced global products, services and airport facilities.
Burlington, Green Bay and Anchorage customers also will benefit from the most first class seats offered by a U.S. airline, along with Delta’s popular Economy Comfort seating in the main cabin. In addition, Delta operates the largest Wi-Fi-enabled fleet in the world and onboard Wi-Fi will be offered on flights from Burlington, Green Bay and Anchorage to Atlanta.