As Easy as One, Two, Three … Destinations in Hawaii

Delta offers customers expanded island flights with new service to Kona from Atlanta via Salt Lake City; Special low introductory fares promote newest Hawaiian destination

ATLANTA, Aug. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Delta Air Lines’ (NYSE:DAL) customers soon can add one more location to their list of must-see vacation sites – the “Big Island” of Hawaii. Beginning Dec. 1, Delta will offer daily direct service between Atlanta and Kona, Hawaii, and daily non-stop service between Kona and Salt Lake City. Kona joins Honolulu and Maui on Delta’s roster of exciting destinations in America’s 50th state.

“The ‘Big Island’ is a jewel in the Hawaiian island archipelago,” said Doug Blissit, vice president-Network Analysis. “The new flight to Kona will give our customers the chance to see and experience some of the most spectacular and literally ‘moving’ places on the planet in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.”

Delta’s new service begins in Atlanta and connects in Salt Lake City with no change of planes to the non-stop flight to Kona. Delta will operate the new Kona service with Boeing 767-400 aircraft. With the new service, Delta will offer 20 daily round-trip departures between the U.S. mainland and three Hawaiian destinations: Honolulu, Kona and Maui.

And to make a Hawaiian get-away this winter even more enticing, for a limited time Delta is offering customers special low introductory fares to Kona. Customers should think fast, though, because tickets must be purchased by Aug. 22, 2005.

Special one-way introductory fares (based on a roundtrip purchase)to Kona from:

Salt Lake City $299
Portland, Ore. $314
San Diego $314
Las Vegas $314
Atlanta $324
New York (JFK) $324
Boston $324
Cincinnati $324
Orlando, Fla. $324
Fort Lauderdale $324

Additional taxes/fees/restrictions apply. Fares shown are available for purchase only on delta.com or from a travel agent. See below for further details.

In addition to witnessing the fiery beauty of Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, visitors can take advantage of a multitude of other activities, including diving or snorkeling to marvel at the color and diversity of Hawaii’s marine life, hiking in a tropical rainforest to spy rare native Hawaiian birds or horseback riding across a black sand beach. Golf, surfing and simple relaxation also are inviting pastimes.

Delta’s new service to Kona, Hawaii, effective Dec. 1:

Flight Departs Arrives

343 Atlanta at 2:40 p.m. Salt Lake City at 4:31 p.m.
343 Salt Lake City at 6:35 p.m. Kona at 9:55 p.m.
344 Kona at 11:55 p.m. Salt Lake City at 8:40 a.m.*
344 Salt Lake City at 10:25 a.m. Atlanta at 4:08 p.m.

*Flight arrives the following day

Delta Air Lines is the world’s second-largest airline in terms of passengers carried and the leading U.S. carrier across the Atlantic, offering daily flights to 484 destinations in 87 countries on Delta, Song, Delta Shuttle, the Delta Connection carriers and its worldwide partners. Delta’s marketing alliances allow customers to earn and redeem frequent flier miles on more than 14,000 flights offered by SkyTeam and other partners. Delta is a founding member of SkyTeam, a global airline alliance that provides customers with extensive worldwide destinations, flights and services. Customers can check in for flights, print boarding passes and check flight status at delta.com.

A portion of travel for some itineraries will be provided by the Delta Connection carriers Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Chautauqua, Comair, SkyWest, codeshare partner American Eagle, or Song, Delta’s low-fare service.

Restrictions: Fares shown are available for purchase only on delta.com or from your travel agent. Tickets cost $5 more if purchased from Delta over the telephone or $10 more if purchased at an airport or city ticket office, and these amounts are nonrefundable. Travel agents may impose an additional service charge for ticketing. Tickets are non-transferable. Seats are limited and fares may not be available on all flights or in all markets. Tickets: Fares shown are one-way. Roundtrip purchase is required. Tickets must be purchased on or before August 22, 2005. Tickets must be purchased at least 14 days prior to departure. Travel Period: Travel may begin on or after December 1, 2005 and must be completed by March 31, 2006. Blackout Dates: Travel is not permitted December 15, 2005 through January 8, 2006. Fare Validity: Fares are valid in the Economy (Coach) cabin on Delta, Delta Connection carrier, and Song flights. Minimum Stay: Three nights. Maximum Stay: March 31, 2006. Cancellations/Refunds/Changes: Fares are nonrefundable. Delta may permit you to apply a portion of the fare value to future travel upon payment of applicable fees and fare difference, otherwise the ticket will have no value. Contact a Delta agent or visit delta.com for details. Taxes/Fees: Fares do not include a $3.20 Federal Excise Tax which will be imposed on each flight segment in the passenger’s ticketed itinerary. A flight segment is defined as a takeoff and a landing. Fares do not include Passenger Facility Charge(s) of up to $18.00, depending on itinerary or September 11th Security Fee of up to $10 per round-trip. For travel to/from Hawaii, U.S. International Air Transportation Tax of up to $14.00 round-trip applies. Miscellaneous: Fares and rules are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.

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