The new service is part of Delta’s previously announced plans for 2 percent system capacity growth for 2015.
Delta has now officially released it’s intentions to operate three daily flights between Victoria and Seattle starting in April of 2016. Victoria is a new destination in Delta’s network and is subject to foreign government approval.
Boston and Orlando service will connect Seattle with the third and fifth largest markets on the East Coast. Boston service will also provide customers one-stop access through Seattle to the top five destinations in Asia.
“Through our growth, our team of nearly 3,000 Seattle-area employees is working diligently to support the needs of our Seattle customers and the hundreds of thousands of other customers we connect through Sea-Tac each year,” said Mike Medeiros, Delta’s vice president of Seattle. “These new flights are important additions and are consistent with Delta’s industry-leading commitment to capacity discipline. We look forward to showing our customers what Delta’s brand of thoughtful, reliable and innovative is all about as Seattle continues to take its place as a global commerce center.”
As a global airline, Delta offers Seattle customers access to a worldwide network of destinations throughout Asia, Europe, Canada and the U.S. By August, the airline will operate 128 flights to 36 destinations from its West Coast hub.