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New service between Columbus International Airport and Delta’s hub at Salt Lake City International Airport beginning June 16, will offer more options and connections for customers traveling to and from Columbus and the western United States.  

“Our customers tell us that more choices for flights going east and west across the U.S. are important to them, and we’re pleased to offer new Columbus service to and from our Salt Lake City hub,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President – Network Planning. “This service will link Columbus to Salt Lake City and dozens of other cities in the Western U.S.”

Flights will operate on the following schedule:

Columbus International Airport – Salt Lake City International Airport



CMH at 8:30 a.m.

SLC at 10:16 a.m.*

SLC at 5:15 p.m.

CMH at 10:43 p.m.

*begins June 17

The service will operate on Delta's Airbus A319 aircraft, with seating for 16 in First Class, 36 in Delta Comfort+ and 108 in Main Cabin. Free in-flight streaming entertainment via Delta Studio and seatback screens, power ports and access to Wi-Fi are available at every seat.

Delta’s Salt Lake City hub offers more than 250 departures to more than 90 destinations, linking dozens of West Coast and Mountain West destinations to Columbus with a single, easy connection. 

“Salt Lake City will be Delta’s 13th nonstop destination from John Glenn International and will serve the needs of a market that’s in high demand,” said Joseph R. Nardone, President and CEO of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority.

“Salt Lake City International Airport welcomes the addition of nonstop service to Columbus,” said SLC Executive Director Bill Wyatt. “Columbus is currently SLC’s number one underserved market and this new service will offer exceptional access to the Midwest.”


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