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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“Timing is sometimes everything! In coordination with SkyWest, Delta Air Lines and the Department of Transportation, SE Utah is pleased for the return of Salt Lake City service,” said Andy Solsvig, Airport Director. “This route should be popular in supporting economic development, business, governmental ties to the state capital, tourism and other leisure travel.”
“Whether heading to Salt Lake City or beyond, these new flights provide travelers greater access and options for all their travel plans,” said Greg Atkin, SkyWest’s managing director of Market Development. “Passengers can also fly with confidence thanks to the multiple safety measures that are in place, including enhanced cleaning, mandatory face coverings and customer self-assessments with check-in.”
Each of the Delta flights will be onboard the 50-passenger CRJ200 regional aircraft. Flights are timed to provide maximum connection opportunities for both business and leisure travelers. From Salt Lake City, Delta operates 250 daily flights to 85 destinations.
Customers flying Delta can look forward to more than 100 layers of protection offered through the Delta CareStandard, such as regularly sanitizing high-touch surfaces. Delta is also blocking seats and limiting capacity through April 30, 2021, providing more space and extra peace of mind on board.
Customers onboard the Delta flights from Moab will also have the opportunity to accrue frequent flier miles through the SkyMiles program. Every flight is another chance to get miles— and get closer to the next place on your travel wish list.
Customers may book flights immediately at delta.com or by calling Delta Air Lines reservations at 800.221.1212. Remember, the best fares are always available at delta.com