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Delta expands local flights, offers nonstop service to Paris

Delta Air Lines is expanding its travel options at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport, adding additional flights in five cities.

The number of seats will increase 6 percent in the city, and more than 75 percent of all flights will operate with aircraft providing a first-class cabin.

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Additional flights will be added in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Orlando and Toronto. Delta is now operating daily flights to Fort Myers, Fla. throughout the summer, and is extending to Seattle into fall and spring.

“CVG is pleased to see Delta’s capacity growth and schedule enhancements,” said Candace McGraw, CEO, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. “Delta’s local CVG passenger volume has grown for 15 consecutive months and these changes will certainly help continue that trend while benefiting business and leisure customers in our region.”

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Delta will operate 82 peak-day departures to 35 destinations this summer, including a nonstop service to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. It is a joint venture with Air France KLM.

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Earlier this week, Frontier Airlines announced it would add three new flights from CVG to San Diego, Minneapolis and LaGuardia International Airport in New York. The airline will offer introductory fares as low as $29 for flights between April 21 and June 6. Flights must be bought by the end of Feb. 7.

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