Delta Air Lines expands Seattle hub

Delta Air Lines continues to invest in and expand its network.

Delta Air Lines continues to invest in and expand its network through strategic partnerships (like the most recent joint venture with Virgin Atlantic Airways) and regional focus, including efforts to grow their Seattle hub.

With their ongoing service expansion, Delta now offers considerably more value to customers than ever before. Delta recently celebrated new nonstop service from Seattle to Seoul, marking the fourth nonstop international route added from Seattle in a year. They also join top business destinations London-Heathrow, Shanghai-Pudong and Tokyo-Haneda.

June 16 will mark a new international flight with nonstop service to Hong Kong. By this summer, Delta will offer more international service from Seattle than all other carriers combined with 86 peak-day departures to 26 destinations.

All nonstop flights between Seattle and Asia and Europe feature flat-bed seats with direct aisle access in BusinessElite®. In addition to added amenities on board, BusinessElite tickets for transcontinental and long haul international flights from Seattle include expedited security, Priority Boarding and priority baggage service as part of the Delta Sky Priority® experience.

Plus, complimentary access to Delta Sky Club® and a network of SkyTeam® lounges comes standard with all international BusinessElite tickets. Enjoy multi-course menus designed by celebrity chefs and perfect wine pairings from Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson, winner of three James Beard awards.

With lobby renovations, a Delta Sky Club®, Sky Priority® services, Economy Comfort and Wi-Fi on all domestic flights, plus new recharging stations at the gate and expanded ticket counters, Delta make travel to and from Seattle better than ever.

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