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Nore sunshine with Delta: New routes to Barbados, Puerto Plata, Mazatlán and more flights to Curaçao


Delta is offering more beach destinations from its ATL, JFK and MSP hubs, improving access to the Caribbean and Mexico from across the U.S.

Good news for customers craving warm-weather getaways: Delta is boosting its flights to Latin America and the Caribbean next winter, launching service from its Atlanta, New York-JFK and Minneapolis/St. Paul hubs to Barbados, Puerto Plata and Mazatlán. The airline is also adding more flights to Curaçao.

“Delta is establishing vital connections from Atlanta and across the U.S. that allow our customers to reach their dream vacation destinations with ease,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning. “This latest schedule gives travelers unparalleled choice, with up to 1,000 weekly flights to distinctive places throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.” 

Delta will serve a total of 50 cities in Latin America and the Caribbean next winter. Linking these destinations to Delta’s hubs in ATL, JFK, and MSP allows for connecting access from nearly 200 cities around the world.


Delta will launch daily service from Atlanta to Barbados (BGI) Nov. 23 and Saturday-only flights to BGI from New York-JFK beginning Dec. 21. From exploring the historic sites in Bridgetown to savoring the island’s delectable cuisine, customers can rediscover the vibrant culture and pristine beaches that make Barbados extraordinary.

Puerto Plata

Beginning Nov. 23, Delta’s new daily service to Puerto Plata (POP) from Atlanta will allow customers to explore the historic Fort of San Felipe and vibrant Amber Cove. For travelers looking to relax and unwind, look no further than the golden beaches of Playa Dorada.




Delta will introduce three-times-weekly service from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Mazatlán, Mexico (MZT), starting Dec. 21. From the iconic Malecón to the picturesque Old Town, customers can savor a taste of Mexico’s Pacific Coast like no other.

Even more Curaçao

In response to booming demand for Curaçao’s colorful architecture, crystal-clear waters and rich culinary scene, Delta is also increasing flights from Atlanta from Saturday-only to daily service beginning Nov. 23.

Detailed flight schedules are as follows:

Flight Departure Arrival Flight Departure Arrival Frequency Start Date A/C
ATL-CUR 9:45 am 2:45 pm CUR-ATL 4:10 pm 7:30 pm Daily Nov. 23 737-800
ATL-BGI 9:45 am 3:20 pm BGI-ATL 4:40 pm 9:00 pm Daily Nov. 23 737-800
JFK-BGI 8:15 am 2:05 pm BGI-JFK 3:25 pm 7:35 pm Saturday Dec. 21 737-800
MSP-MZT 10:05 am 1:15 pm MZT-MSP 2:35 pm 7:30 pm Tues, Thurs, Sat Dec. 21 737-800
ATL-POP 11:10 am 3:20 pm POP-ATL 4:40 pm 7:10 pm Daily Nov. 23 737-800
An elevated vacation experience

Customers who are ready to book their vacation to Latin America or the Caribbean can do so through Delta Vacations. With elevated vacation experiences designed especially for SkyMiles Members, Delta Vacations offers flights and curated hotels, rides and activities for every traveler. And, new in 2024, SkyMiles Members will earn miles, earn even more toward Medallion Status and can use miles to pay for some or all of their trip.

All of the new and expanded routes will operate on Delta’s Boeing 737-800, offering First Class, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin options. Customers will soon enjoy an improved premium experience on this aircraft as Delta’s newest First Class seat – along with a range of other updates and enhancements – begins rolling out.

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