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Delta to add DCA nonstops

Delta Air Lines will add nonstop flights out of Reagan National Airport to seven cities this fall as part of the company's push into East Coast markets.

Starting Oct. 31, Delta will launch 21 additional daily nonstop flights from Reagan National Airport to Orlando; Miami; Tampa; St. Louis; Hartford, Conn.; Columbus, Ohio; and Jacksonville, Fla. Delta's Reagan-to-Boston service will be expanded from seven to 12 flights per day and its Regan-to-Indianapolis service will be increase from two to three daily flights. Service between Reagan and Huntsville, Ala., will be discontinued.

The new flights are available now for purchase. Delta has already announced new routes out of New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport.

By Luke Rosiak  | August 2, 2010; 4:58 PM ET
Categories:  Airlines, Getaways  | Tags:  DCA, Delta Airlines  
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This is a good move by Delta. They can now charge their otherwise exorbitant fares to Federal consultants and other government-sponsored travelers - who will then pass on these ridiculous fares to the taxpayers.

Thank you FTC for allowing Delta and NWA to merge! Losers.

Posted by: b1978367 | August 2, 2010 11:19 PM | Report abuse

I don't care if Delta gives away homemade cookies before their flights. I've never had a good experience flying Delta, always overbooked and badly delayed. I don't get why people still fly it.

Posted by: JG55 | August 3, 2010 6:55 AM | Report abuse

Unknown Fact: The name "Delta" is actually an acronym made from the phrase: "delayed today again."

Posted by: CubsFan | August 3, 2010 3:08 PM | Report abuse



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