Delta recently announced that they would be expanding service from Minneapolis-St. Paul with expanded service to Honolulu, Hawaii; San Jose, Calif. (SJC); Phoenix (PHX), and Richmond, Va. (RIC),
Per Delta Air Lines,
Delta is making some expansions and changes in response to customer demand at the airline’s second-largest hub, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), including the extension of Honolulu service beginning Saturday.
Delta customers looking to get their Hawaii fix will have more chances to do so next summer, as Delta extends its seasonal Minneapolis-St. Paul to Honolulu service. Winter seasonal service commences Oct. 29 (the same day that Delta’s service to Tokyo-Haneda begins from MSP) and will now continue through Labor Day 2017 instead of a previously planned hiatus in April 2017.
In addition to the Honolulu extension, Delta customers will enjoy added flight options to San Jose, Calif. (SJC); Phoenix (PHX), and Richmond, Va. (RIC), next summer.
Delta is really trying to fine-tune their Minneapolis service, and this latest announcement does just that. I wouldn’t be surprised if we expect to see even more added service from MSP in the near future.
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