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Delta Restarting Nonstop Flights From Atlanta to Curaçao

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Delta Air Lines is restarting nonstop flights from its Atlanta (ATL) hub to the picturesque Caribbean island of Curaçao.

Here’s what you need to know about the route!

Delta Will Fly to Curaçao Again as of December 16

Delta Air Lines announced on July 14, 2023, that it would restart nonstop flights from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to Curaçao (CUR), a Dutch Caribbean island nestled between Aruba and Bonaire.

Flights will commence on December 16, 2023, and will be operated on Saturdays only by Delta’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which feature first class, Delta Comfort+, and Main Cabin seating.

According to the airline, this will be the first time it’s served Curaçao in more than a decade. And, it will be the only airline offering nonstop service between Curaçao and Atlanta.

Enjoy the crystal-clear waters of Curaçao! Image Credit: Michelle Maria via Pixabay

Unfortunately, as of this writing, the new flights haven’t been uploaded on Google Flights or even on, so it’s not clear how much flights might cost in cash or Delta SkyMiles.

Delta appears to be on a roll with expanding in Mexico and the Caribbean. Earlier this year, Delta also announced its largest-ever holiday schedule to prepare for the anticipated winter demand across Latin America, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

The ATL-CUR route comes just a few weeks after Delta announced it would operate Cincinnati (CVG) and Raleigh (RDU) to Cancún (CUN) seasonally on Saturdays only from December 16, 2023, through April 6, 2024. And earlier in the spring, the Atlanta-based airline said it would begin service from Boston to Mexico City, which will commence on December 21, 2023.

Delta isn’t the only airline that operates service between the U.S. and Curaçao. American Airlines offers nonstop service year-round from Miami (MIA) and seasonal service from Charlotte (CLT). Meanwhile, JetBlue flies nonstop from its New York (JFK) hub to the Dutch Caribbean island.

Bottom Line:

Delta says it will fly nearly 500 weekly flights to nearly 4 dozen destinations in Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean. These will include nonstop routes to tropical destinations such as Aruba (AUA), San José del Cabo (SJD), and St. Thomas (STT).

Final Thoughts

This is great news for Delta flyers, who will once again have the option to fly their preferred airline to Curaçao. Flights should be loaded to the airline’s website soon — once they are, don’t hesitate to book!

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