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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is Delta’s largest hub, with 963 peak-day departures to 219 destinations worldwide. Delta operates nonstop service from Atlanta to 62 international destinations in 42 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.

Delta offers 73 peak-day departures from Boston with nonstop service to 22 destinations.

Delta offers Cincinnati customers 88 peak-day departures to 40 nonstop destinations, including nonstop service to Paris.

Delta is the largest carrier at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, offering customers 420 peak-day departures to 129 nonstop destinations.

Delta offers more than 152 peak-day departures from Los Angeles with nonstop service to 54 destinations.

Delta is the largest carrier at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, with 398 peak-day departures to 136 nonstop destinations.

Delta is working to position itself as New York City’s leading carrier, and has made major investments across the tri-state region, boosting its economic impact to more than $13 billion annually.

With 229 peak-day departures to 85 nonstop destinations, Delta operates more service from Salt Lake City than any airline, including nonstop service to Paris.

Delta offers more than 82 peak-day departures from Seattle with nonstop service to 33 destinations.


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