Delta Air Lines announced Wednesday it is adding winter flights to the Caribbean from the carrier’s main hub in Atlanta.
The seasonal routes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Antigua, Grenada and St. Kitts are now on sale.
For travelers heading to Antigua and St. Kitts from Georgia, Delta will operate the flights on Boeing 737-900 aircraft, with 20 First Class seats, 21 Delta Comfort+ seats and 139 Main Cabin seats.
As for the Grenada service, the airline will operate the route with Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which feature 16 First Class seats, 36 Delta Comfort+ seats and 108 Main Cabin seats.
“We listen to our customers and offer seasonal routes between Atlanta and the Caribbean, one of the favorite regions for traveling during the winter,” Delta general manager Agustin Durand said. “Whether you are traveling with your friends or with your family for the holidays, there are great places to explore, like visiting the Nelson's Dockyard National Park in Antigua, walking around the narrow streets of St. George's in Grenada or exploring the Nevis Heritage Trail in St. Kitts.”
Travelers who fly with Delta will be able to enjoy Delta Studio, the complimentary entertainment service. In addition, the airline recently equipped its 600th aircraft with seat-back entertainment.