Delta Resumes Nonstop Flights to New York

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BHM to LGA Beginning June 7th 

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (May 11, 2021) – From the Magic City to the Big Apple, Delta Air Lines will resume nonstop flights to New York City with service between Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) beginning Monday, June 7, 2021. The airline will use a 76-seat CRJ-900 aircraft for the reinstated daily service. Tickets are on sale now at delta.com.

“As the demand for travel is growing, we are happy that our customers will have more options and more convenience as they return to the skies and reconnect with friends and family,” said Ronald F. Mathieu, Birmingham Airport Authority President and CEO. “We are pleased to see Delta’s continued investment in Birmingham as they restore flights to and from our community.”

“As New York lifts many of its capacity restrictions in just a few weeks, it’s the perfect time for Delta to bring back convenient, nonstop service to the Big Apple,” said Chuck Imhof, Delta’s V.P of Sales – East. “We can’t wait to welcome back Birmingham customers, offering more flights to and from the New York area than any other airline, while always working to provide a safe and enjoyable travel experience.”

The flight schedule is as follows:

Birmingham to New York

Departs:     6:40 am
Arrives:     10:09 am

New York to Birmingham

Departs:    5:00 pm
Arrives:      6:30 pm

With the addition of New York, Delta will offer nonstop service between Birmingham and three destinations, including Atlanta and Detroit for a total of 11 daily departures beginning in June.

Many layers of protection, including mandatory face covering requirements and enhanced cleaning protocols continue to remain in place throughout the travel journey. Travelers can visit flybirmingham.com to learn what to expect for their next flight.

 

About Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport

As Alabama’s largest commercial airport,  Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport has served as a gateway to the sky for 90 years. Governed by the Birmingham Airport Authority, the airport continues to be a catalyst for growth and economic development for the entire region. For more information, visit flybirmingham.com or follow BHM on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.