Delta Air Lines Declares First Flight to Tulum, Mexico

Delta Air Lines has announced that commencing a direct route to the highly sought-after area from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) on March 28, 2024 is the day that the airline plans to begin operations. 

Tulum International Airport, also known as Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport (TQO), is scheduled to open in December 2023. 

The aircraft will depart from Tulum International Airport, which is expected to be constructed in the near future. 

It is now possible for clients of Delta who are traveling to Tulum to take advantage of the improved experience that Delta routinely offers, without having to go from Cancun, which is a two-hour journey. 

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“Our commitment to growing our presence in these areas is reflected in this expansion in Mexico and the Yucatan region,” stated Joe Esposito, who is the Senior Vice President of Network Planning for Delta. 

The service will be provided by Delta using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which has the capacity to carry a total of 160 passengers. 

Following its announcement of a “record September quarter revenue and a double-digit operating margin” on its most recent results call, which took place on Thursday, the airline has now revealed that it will be introducing a new route. 

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