Delta Adds New Flight to Liberia

August 25, 2006

Delta Airlines has announced it will add a nonstop flight from Los Angeles, California, to Liberia, the capital of the northwestern Guanacaste province.

Beginning Dec. 15, Delta will fly nonstop from Los AngelesInternationalAirport to Liberia’s DanielOduberInternationalAirport every Friday, with a return flight from Liberia to Los Angeles every Saturday, according to a statement posted on the airline’s Web site.

This new route is part of Delta’s expanded flight schedule from Los Angeles to destinations throughout Mexico and Central America, the Web site said.

“Los Angeles is at the heart of Hispanic culture in the United States, and we are pleased to expand our service to meet the needs of our customers in this growing West Coast market,” said Glen Hauenstein, Delta Executive Vice-President of Network and Revenue Management.

To celebrate the new route, Delta is offering special one-way flights from Los Angeles to Liberia for $239. This offer is good through Aug. 29.

 

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