Aviation News

July 29, 2010

Delta Announces New Connecticut Flights to Las Vegas and Washington

Delta 757 N670DN at BDL
Delta 757 N670DN at BDL

A Delta 757 (N670DN) sets down the main gear at Hartford/Springfield Bradley International Airport (BDL). (Photo by Gordon Gebert)

Delta Air Lines has announced new flights to Las Vegas-McCarran (LAS) and Washington-Reagan National (DCA) from Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Hartford beginning this Fall.

The new BDL-LAS flight, operated by a 737-800, will fly on Saturdays only, beginning October 2nd. Three daily BDL-DCA flights will commence October 31st.

Delta this past Tuesday announced the discontinuation of service between Bradley and Los Angeles(LAX).

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