As the summer season here at home begins to wind down, Delta is already looking towards next June. Delta is planning new nonstops between Seattle and a couple spots over in Asia. The plan is to connect Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to both Seoul-Incheon International Airport and Hong Kong International Airport. The Seoul flights will begin on June 2, and a couple weeks later—on June 16—the nonstop flights will start up over to Hong Kong. Airbus A330s and Boeing 767s will do all the flying fun on these new options, and tickets are already up for sale if you’re looking to book something.
· American Airlines:
It looks like American Airlines and their summer expansion to and from Los Angeles is somewhat complete, as the carrier just started all kinds of new nonstop options to and from the airport. New nonstop flights are now an option between LAX and places like Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Columbus, Hartford, and Northwest Arkansas.
A weekend in Southern California is always a welcome option to us, and American Airlines is clearly urging us to do just that. To promote the new options they’re offering up double miles between August 27 and November 30—just head here to register before booking any flights.
· Air Canada: [Photos: Tab59]
More flights to Sydney are coming your way thanks to Air Canada, but these options are for the other Sydney—the one in Nova Scotia. They usually fly nonstop between Toronto and Sydney during the summer, but this year it looks like things will continue into the cooler months. Flights are now scheduled to continue throughout the year—thanks to some CRJ200s—beginning on December 18, and continuing well into 2014. So if you’re looking to escape from chilly Nova Scotia down to chilly Ontario this winter—Air Canada has you covered.