Delta Is Expanding Its A220 Routes!

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Delta Airbus A220 aircraft.

More Delta cities will soon be served by the mothership’s growing A220 network!

Routes Online’s Jim Liu details 16 new routes that will see A220s — some as early as late summer.

 

Only seven routes seem indefinitely available.

SLC to ATL (Effective December 21)

SLC to JFK (Effective December 21)

SLC to SEA (Effective December 21)

SLC to SNA (Effective September 2)

SLC to SFO (Effective August 31)

SLC to SEA (Effective December 19)

SEA to FAI (Effective October 1)

SEA to SFO (Effective August 19)

 

The others are offered for a limited time, mostly during the busy Christmas and New Year travel seasons.

DTW to AUS (Effective December 21 – January 5)

JFK to RSW (Effective December 21 – January 4)

JFK to TPA (Effective December 21 – January 4)

JFK to PBI (Effective December 21 – January 4)

LGA to RSW (Effective August 31 to November 16)

LGA to MSY (Effective August 31 to December 14)

SLC to LAS (Effective December 21 to January 4)

SEA to DEN (Effective October 1 to January 5)

SEA to PDX (Effective December 21 – January 4)

 

Keep in mind these dates and routes — especially given Delta’s penchant for Schedule Change Saturdays — are subject to change. Maybe we’ll be able to incorporate some of these A220 routes into yearend Elite Mileage Runs!

Have You Flown the A220? Does the Route Expansion Give You an Opportunity?

Tell us in the Comment section below! — Chris

2 comments

  1. Nope. Nope. Of 8 flights to ATL, still got 80% CRJ200 with a couple of CRJ900 thrown in. We don’t get a big plane until school starts. And it looks like ATL gets pretty much zero A220. Disappointing.

  2. @Aland: I’m originally from FAR and still go back there 2-3 times a year. I feel your pain. FAR has a couple of mainline planes everyday. But the other half dozen are usually CRJs.

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