Delta Air Lines announced today that it is expanding its shuttle service between Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles to the existing Delta Shuttle service on the West Coast between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The carrier has eight peak-day flights from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to both LAX and SFO now and is adding two more daily flights from Seattle to Los Angeles (for a total of 10 peak-day Delta Shuttle flights) beginning May 23.
Flights to Los Angeles are operated with a mix of Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 717 jets, while flights to San Francisco are operated by Delta Shuttle carrier Compass Airlines on Embraer 175 jets.
Starting Wednesday, May 11, Delta Shuttle customers flying from Seattle to Los Angeles and San Francisco will now have access to:
*Dedicated check-in counters;
*Complimentary newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Financial Times;
*Complimentary meals in First Class on all flights, complimentary Luvo snack boxes in Comfort+ and complimentary snacks in the main cabin:
*Complimentary in-flight beer, wine, spirits and other beverages in all classes of service;
*A new Delta Sky Club – opening Fall 2016 on Concourse A in Seattle.