Delta Fare Sale Marks LaGuardia Expansion

Delta Air Lines reports it has put hundreds of flights nationwide on sale for fall 2012 as it celebrates the completion of its expansion at New York's LaGuardia Airport.

"Our LaGuardia expansion is truly a momentous occasion for Delta, and to celebrate we've put fares on sale across the U.S.," said Gail Grimmett, Delta's senior vice president – New York.

This month, Delta says it completed the final phase of its LaGuardia expansion, which added 100 new daily nonstop flights – the single largest airline expansion at LaGuardia in decades.  Delta says it now operates more than 260 daily flights to 60 cities from LaGuardia, significantly more than any other airline.

Delta also is investing significantly in upgrading its airport facilities in New York, including a $160 million modernization at LaGuardia and a $1.2 billion expansion and enhancement of its terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, where the airline operates an international hub.

Fees/restrictions/baggage charges may apply, Delta notes. Fares are valid in either direction. Fares are each-way. Round-trip purchase is required.

Sample fares, which are currently available, include each way fares as follows:

Memphis Atlanta $79
Atlanta Norfolk, Va.$119
New York-LaGuardia St. Louis$109
Cincinnati Atlanta $89
New York-LaGuardia Buffalo $69
Cincinnati St. Louis $89
Salt Lake City Denver $89
New York-LaGuardia Charlotte $89
Atlanta Fort Lauderdale $99


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