ATLANTA- Delta Air Lines (DL) is set to enhance its frequency on the Atlanta (ATL) to Seoul (ICN) route, transitioning from 7x weekly to 10x weekly commencing April 1 and further escalating to 14x weekly from May 7.
All these flights will be operated using Airbus A350 aircraft.
Delta Atlanta to Seoul Flights
The schedule for the new flight, as reported by Aeroroutes, is as follows:
- DL189: Departing from ATL at 9:45 AM and arriving at ICN at 2:20 PM (+1 day).
- DL188: Departing from ICN at 4:30 PM and arriving at ATL at 5:25 PM.
This will serve as a complement to the current daily flights operated by Korean Air (KE) and Delta:
- DL27: Departing from ATL at 12:05 AM and arriving at ICN at 5:15 AM (+1 day).
- DL26: Departing from ICN at 6:40 PM and arriving at ATL at 7:20 PM.
- KE36: Departing from ATL at 12:30 PM and arriving at ICN at 4:20 PM (+1 day).
- KE35: Departing from ICN at 9:20 AM and arriving at ATL at 10:10 AM.
New Flights to Phoenix
The Atlanta-based carrier has a fleet of 28 A350s. According to Planespotters.net, 26 are active, and two are parked for maintenance.
The flight details are as follows:
- Flight DL733 departs ATL at 8:30 AM and arrives at PHX at 10:42 AM.
- Flight DL733 departs PHX at 12:10 PM and arrives at ATL at 5:34 PM.
It’s worth noting that this service will utilize the 339-seat A350 previously operated by LATAM (LA).
Delta’s Airbus A350 service on the Atlanta to Phoenix route is currently scheduled to run until December 31. Earlier this year, Delta operated the A350 on the same route departing from Minneapolis.
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