Delta plans to offer more flights to Caribbean destinations this winter with additional service between four of its U.S. hubs and San Juan, Nassau and Santo Domingo.
The carrier will add more than 3,000 additional weekly seats to Puerto Rico, including a fourth daily flight between New York JFK and San Juan, beginning Dec. 21.
Delta will launch seasonal daily service from Detroit to San Juan from Dec. 21 to April 30.
Earlier this year the carrier announced plans to upsize one daily roundtrip between Atlanta and San Juan to a widebody Airbus A330-300 aircraft, adding additional seats for the winter season.
"The exponential year-over-year growth for Delta's service in San Juan is a clear indication that demand is on the rise and that Delta is equally committed to being part of Puerto Rico's promising future as a leading tourism destination, evidenced by upwards of a 50% increase in total projected seat capacity for San Juan by January 2020," said Carla Campos, executive director of the Puerto Rico Tourism Co.
A seasonal flight between Boston and Nassau will operate daily from Dec. 21 to April 30, up from a Saturday-only schedule.
Also on Dec. 21, Delta will offer a second daily flight between Atlanta and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.