Delta set to launch flights between Atlanta and Brisbane

Delta Air Lines is expanding its South Pacific network with new seasonal service between Los Angeles and Brisbane for the austral summer season. The Atlanta-based carrier will compete on this route with United Airlines and Qantas.

Delta is scheduled to two cities in Australia, including Sydney. Australian travelers can connect to more than 40 U.S. cities with a single U.S. stopover.

With this addition of Brisbane, Delta’s upcoming winter schedule will offer our customers up to 17 weekly flights between the U.S. and Australia. This marks our most extensive schedule to the South Pacific to date. As we build our presence in the region, we know our customers will enjoy the enhanced experience consistently provided by Delta,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning.

Flights between Los Angeles and Sydney will begin on December 4, 2024, with three weekly flights through March 28, 2025. Delta’s new route to the Queensland capital is the latest in a series of investments it is making in the South Pacific region.

In late 2022, the airline introduced a second daily flight between Los Angeles and Sydney, in October 2023 it began a daily operation between Los Angeles and Auckland and in December 2022 it debuted flights to Tahiti.

The new route will be operated on Airbus A350-900 aircraft with Delta One Suites, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort, and Main Cabin products.

See also: Delta adds new routes to Hawaii and Miami

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