Haiti Travel Demand Increasing? – Delta Increases To 3x Weekly

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Delta is betting that Haiti’s travel demand is on the rise. Starting on June 1, Delta will increase service to Haiti’s PAP airport from Atlanta.

Delta is increasing service from 1x weekly to 3x weekly.

DL will service PAP via ATL thrice weekly June 1 through 8Aug–Tues, Thurs, and Sat.

1 DL5390 Y 08JUN 6 ICTATL HK1 600A 911A CR7 E0
2 DL 685 Y 08JUN 6 ATLPAP HK1 I 1115A 223P 320 E0
3 DL 684 U 11JUN 2 PAPATL HK1 325P 649P 320 E0
4 DL1323 U 11JUN 2 ATLICT HK1 S 830P 940P M88 E0

If you plan to hop on one of these new flights, check out Rapid Travel Chai’s recent detailed activity and sight reviews from his recent trip.

Bottom Line

Fantastic first hand reports from Rapid Travel Chai of Haiti’s great sights.

I haven’t had time to check, but I can’t help but wonder if low Delta award availability exist on these new flights. Do you see any low Business or Coach Class availability?

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  1. The increase in demand is clearly from Rapid Travel Chai’s posts! Kidding aside, I actually am interested in going to Haiti after reading his trip report. How’s the Park Hyatt Port-au-Prince, anyway. 🙂

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