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Delta launches expanded Bahamas services

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U.S. travelers have more options when touring the Caribbean than ever before since Delta launched its twice a week service from Atlanta to Eleuthera and Marsh Harbor in the Bahamas last weekend.

In addition, the airline increased its service to Georgetown from three times a week to daily.

The new routes went into effect Dec. 19 and will be flown using 65-seat CRJ700 aircraft operated by ExpressJet Airlines.

The ATL-ELH and ATL-MHH routes allow Delta customers traveling from other U.S. cities to enjoy convenient, one-stop connections to these resort destinations through Atlanta.

“We continue to expand our presence in the Caribbean to offer customers the most convenient connection options when flying to their favorite tourist destinations,” said Jose Zapata, General Manager – Central America and Caribbean.

“We always listen to our customers and work diligently to meet their expectations by offering new routes, as well as enhanced onboard services to provide them with the best in-flight experience.”

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