Delta Is Adding More Nonstop Flights to Puerto Rico
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Delta Air Lines is boosting its service to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The carrier is adding a fourth daily flight between Atlanta and San Juan, effective June 8, the company announced.
Delta operates the flights with Boeing 757-200 aircraft with 180 seats.
Delta also operates three daily flights from New York’s John F Kennedy Airport to San Juan.
“Delta is part of Puerto Rico’s history, and our team proudly serves each customer be it those who travel to visit friends and family, or business people and tourists who support our economy,” said Michael Luciano, Delta’s Station Manager—San Juan. “Our San Juan team has had the privilege to take care of distinguished composers, artists, sports superstars, and beauty queens, each of them representing Puerto Rico’s pride and legacy throughout the world.”
Delta is currently celebrating its 65th anniversary of service to San Juan, its station with the longest uninterrupted service in Latin America and the Caribbean.
“Delta is an important ally that continues to bring together more people and businesses to promote Puerto Rico as an unparalleled tourism and business destination in the Caribbean,” said Ricardo Rosselló Nevares, Governor of Puerto Rico. “We look forward to continuing to work together to showcase our island to the world. Puerto Rico is open for tourism, and we are looking to a bright future together with Delta.”