Delta is adding as many as 17 new daily flights to Los Angeles to better compete with other airlines and increase connections from airports throughout the US to international flights, including those to Australia, through Delta’s code-share partner Virgin Australia. The additional US flights will also include new destinations such as Seattle, New Orleans and Nashville, Tennessee.
American Airlines, United and Southwest are currently the largest operators at Los Angeles Airport with Delta being at the fourth place. Delta will be flying 118 flights (all dual class) daily from Los Angeles by the end of July.
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Delta Expands in Los Angeles to Compete Against American