Service to be added/expanded to Tri-Cities; Boston; Bozeman, Mont.; and Victoria, B.C., amid Delta’s fierce competition with Alaska Airlines.
Delta is adding new destinations and increasing flights out of Seattle, once again upping its competition with Alaska Airlines.
Delta announced Monday it will add service from Sea-Tac Airport to Pasco, Wash.; Boston and Victoria, B.C. (subject to Canadian government approval). It also will expand its service to Bozeman, Mont.
Here’s the word from Delta on the new year-round service:
• One daily flight to Boston’s Logan International Airport beginning April 4, 2016.
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• One daily flight to Orlando International Airport beginning Dec. 19, 2015.
• Three daily flights to Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco beginning Nov. 1, 2015.
• Three daily flights to Victoria International Airport beginning April 4, 2016.
• One daily flight to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport beginning Aug. 1, 2015, expanded from Saturday-only seasonal service.
Delta also has started/expanded flights to Alaskan destinations — on Alaska Airlines’ traditional home turf — including Ketchikan, Sitka, Juneau and Fairbanks. The airline will begin flights to Denver on June 4 and to Hawaii’s Big Island in December.