Delta Airlines is set to offer its largest schedule ever in Austin, Texas, with a 20% increase in seat capacity over July 2023. The airline plans to introduce service to Texas cities Midland-Odessa and McAllen, with Austin serving as the gateway to Delta’s global network.
As part of this expansion, Delta will also increase flights to Cincinnati and Raleigh-Durham, while adding new service to Nashville. This strategic move positions Austin as a key access point for passengers seeking connections to Delta’s larger global network.
Customers traveling through Austin to or from Midland-Odessa and McAllen will have access to nearly 50 peak-day nonstop flights to 15 U.S. airports. Additionally, Delta’s partners in Austin provide additional global connectivity with nonstop service to Mexico City and Amsterdam.
Starting on April 22, Delta will add flights that will operate on dual-class regional jets equipped with First Class and Delta Comfort+. These new flights will connect Austin with Nashville, Midland-Odessa, McAllen, Cincinnati, and Raleigh-Durham.
In addition to this expansion in Austin, Delta is also expanding its reach in Texas with a 12% increase in peak-day seats for its summer schedule. In Dallas, the airline will add additional flights to Boston, LaGuardia, and Seattle. Delta will also maintain robust daily service to Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, and Houston Hobby airports.
Passengers interested in booking flights can find more information on delta.com. It is important to note that some markets will operate reduced flying on April 22, with full service starting on April 23. Saturday-only reduced schedules will also be implemented.
With these significant increases in seat capacity and new flight routes, Delta is demonstrating its commitment to serving the growing demand in Austin and other Texas cities. The expansion not only benefits local travelers but also offers greater connectivity for international passengers looking to explore the world via Delta’s extensive global network.
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