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Delta Air Lines is a major United States airline based in Atlanta, Georgia. The airline flies to 318 destinations, across all six inhabited continents. Delta operates a fleet of 722 aircraft with 4,804 flights per day. The airline has seven domestic hubs and three international hubs.[1]

Destinations[edit]

Delta operated its first commercial flights on June 17, 1929 service from Love Field in Dallas, Texas, to Jackson, Mississippi, via Shreveport and Monroe with three Travel Air six-seat monoplanes. Later in that year, service to Birmingham, Alabama, and Meridian, Mississippi, was added. In 1930, Delta expanded eastward to include service to Atlanta and westward to Fort Worth, Texas. Service was terminated in 1930 after the "Spoils Conference" and the Post Office awarded the route to American Airlines.[2] In August 1934, Delta resumed passenger services, flying Stinson Trimotors, with a route from Charleston, SC to Fort Worth, with stops in Columbia, SC, Augusta, Atlanta, Birmingham, and Meridian along the way.[3] In 1941, Delta moved its headquarters from Monroe to Atlanta, to center itself along its new route network that now stretched to Chicago, Miami, and New Orleans. By 1943, Delta expanded its route system to Cincinnati, Ohio, to the north, Savannah to the east, and New Orleans, Louisiana, to the south. Delta upgraded its fleet to include Douglas DC-2s and DC-3s, and in 1940 added flight attendants to the flight crews. Delta also benefited from "interchange service" agreements with TWA, National Airlines, and American Airlines, which allowed Delta aircraft to carry passengers to and from airports in Michigan, Florida, and California.[2] In 1953 Delta purchased Chicago and Southern Air Lines with access to a Great Lakes route system in the upper Midwest and the Caribbean Sea.[4] In 1955 Delta began routes to New York with extensions to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Maryland, and Charlotte, North Carolina.[2]

In 1963, Delta entered an interchange agreement with Pan American World Airways allowing it to fly to Europe. By 1970, the airline entered the "wide-body" jet era adding routes to London Heathrow Airport. Delta purchased Northeast Airlines in 1972 expanding northeastern United States with routes to Canada, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and Miami, Florida. In August 1979 Delta was the first airline in the world to board one million passengers at one airport in one month (Atlanta).[2] In 1984, the company established the Delta Connection linking feeder airlines that served mid-size population areas to Delta nodes. The same year, Delta began its first flight to Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii with L-1011 aircraft. Delta started its first transpacific service to Tokyo, Japan, from Portland, Oregon, on March 2, 1987. The following month, Delta merged with Western Airlines of Los Angeles and absorbed its large hubs at Salt Lake City and Los Angeles, which brought access to the West, Mexico, and Canada and made Delta the fourth largest U.S. carrier and fifth largest world carrier.[2]

In 1990, Delta acquired Pan Am's East Coast and European routes (except its intra-European routes from Frankfurt), becoming the largest U.S. transatlantic carrier—a position it holds to this day.[5] By 1997, Delta began large expansions into Latin America and the Caribbean. Delta maintained a secondary hub at Portland for its Asia operations. Destinations included Bangkok, Fukuoka, Hong Kong, Manila, Nagoya, Seoul, Taipei, and Tokyo. Today, only Asia operations from Portland and Los Angeles are Portland-Tokyo and Los Angeles-Tokyo-Bangkok.[6] Asian service is offered from Delta's Detroit hub to Beijing, China; Hong Kong; Seoul, South Korea; Nagoya, Japan; Manila, Philippines (via Nagoya); Shanghai, China; and Tokyo, Japan from Atlanta, Detroit, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, Portland, and Seattle. Service from Atlanta to Seoul, South Korea (SkyTeam member Korean Air is currently the sole operator on the route); and Shanghai, China was suspended due to weak demand (Delta service from Atlanta to Shanghai, China resumed June 2011 but was terminated once again in January 2012). Currently, Delta serves Shanghai from its Detroit and Tokyo-Narita hubs and Seoul, Bangkok and Singapore from its Tokyo-Narita hub. The airline terminated service from Detroit to Hong Kong on August 2012 due to the airline's capacity cuts.

Hub
# Future destination
* Non-continuous service
City Country IATA ICAO Airport Begin End Refs
Abuja  Nigeria ABV DNAA Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport 2010 2012 [7]
Acapulco  Mexico (Guerrero) ACA MMAA General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport 2011* present* [8]
Accra  Ghana ACC DGAA Kotoka International Airport 2010 [9][10]
Akron  United States (Ohio) CAK KCAK Akron-Canton Regional Airport
Albany  United States (New York) ALB KALB Albany International Airport
Albuquerque  United States (New Mexico) ABQ KABQ Albuquerque International Sunport
Allentown  United States (Pennsylvania) ABE KABE Lehigh Valley International Airport
Amman  Jordan AMM OJAI Queen Alia International Airport 2008 2011
Amsterdam  Netherlands AMS EHAM Amsterdam Airport Schiphol present
Anchorage  United States (Alaska) ANC PANC Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
Asheville  United States (North Carolina) AVL KAVL Asheville Regional Airport
Athens  Greece ATH LGAV Athens International Airport
Atlanta  United States (Georgia) ATL KATL Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 1930 present [2]
Augusta  United States (Georgia) AGS KAGS Augusta Regional Airport
Austin  United States (Texas) AUS KAUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Baltimore  United States (Maryland) BWI KBWI Baltimore-Washington International Airport
Bangkok  Thailand BKK VTBS Suvarnabhumi Airport 2010
Barcelona  Spain BCN LEBL Barcelona El Prat Airport
Beijing  China PEK ZBAA Beijing Capital International Airport 2010
Belize City  Belize BZE MZBZ Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport
Berlin  Germany TXL EDDT Berlin Tegel Airport 2011 [11]
Billings  United States (Montana) BIL KBIL Billings Logan International Airport
Birmingham  United States (Alabama) BHM KBHM Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport 1929 present [2]
Bismarck  United States (North Dakota) BIS KBIS Bismarck Municipal Airport
Bogota  Colombia BOG SKBO El Dorado International Airport
Boise  United States (Idaho) BOI KBOI Boise Airport
Boston  United States (Massachusetts) BOS KBOS Logan International Airport
Bozeman  United States (Montana) BZN KBZN Gallatin Field Airport
Brasilia  Brazil BSB SBBR Brasília International Airport
Brussels  Belgium BRU EBBR Brussels International Airport
Bucharest  Romania OTP LROP Henri Coandă International Airport
Budapest  Hungary BUD LHBP Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport
Buenos Aires  Argentina EZE SAEZ Ministro Pistarini International Airport
Buffalo  United States (New York) BUF KBUF Buffalo Niagara International Airport
Burbank  United States (California) BUR KBUR Bob Hope Airport
Busan  South Korea PUS RKPK Gimhae International Airport 2012 [12]
Cairo  Egypt CAI HECA Cairo International Airport 2008 2011 [11]
Calgary  Canada (Alberta) YYC CYYC Calgary International Airport
Cancún  Mexico (Quintana Roo) CUN MMUN Cancún International Airport
Cape Town  South Africa CPT FACT Cape Town International Airport
Caracas  Venezuela CCS SVMI Simon Bolivar International Airport
Charleston  United States (South Carolina) CHS KCHS Charleston International Airport
Charleston  United States (West Virginia) CRW KCRW Yeager Airport
Charlotte  United States (North Carolina) CLT KCLT Charlotte/Douglas International Airport
Chattanooga  United States (Tennessee) CHA KCHA Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport [13]
Chennai  India MAA VOMM Chennai International Airport [14]
Chicago  United States (Illinois) MDW KMDW Chicago Midway International Airport
Chicago  United States (Illinois) ORD KORD O'Hare International Airport
Cincinnati  United States (Ohio) CVG KCVG Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport 1941 present
Cleveland  United States (Ohio) CLE KCLE Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Colorado Springs  United States (Colorado) COS KCOS Colorado Springs Airport
Columbia  United States (South Carolina) CAE KCAE Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Columbus  United States (Ohio) CMH KCMH Port Columbus International Airport
Copenhagen  Denmark CPH EKCH Copenhagen Airport
Corpus Christi  United States (Texas) CRP KCRP Corpus Christi International Airport
Cozumel  Mexico (Quintana Roo) CZM MMCZ Cozumel International Airport
Dakar  Senegal DKR GOOY Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport
Dallas  United States (Texas) DAL KDAL Dallas Love Field 1929 2000 [2][15]
Dallas  United States (Texas) DFW KDFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport 1974 present
Dayton  United States (Ohio) DAY KDAY Dayton International Airport
Daytona Beach  United States (Florida) DAB KDAB Daytona Beach International Airport
Delhi  India DEL VIDP Indira Gandhi International Airport
Denver  United States (Colorado) DEN KDEN Denver International Airport
Des Moines  United States (Iowa) DSM KDSM Des Moines International Airport
Detroit  United States (Michigan) DTW KDTW Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport 1959 present
Dubai  United Arab Emirates DXB OMDB Dubai International Airport
Dublin  Ireland DUB EIDW Dublin Airport 1986 present
Düsseldorf  Germany DUS EDDL Düsseldorf International Airport
Edinburgh  United Kingdom EDI EGPH Edinburgh Airport
Edmonton
[begins August 19, 2014]
 Canada (Alberta) YEG CYEG Edmonton International Airport
El Paso  United States (Texas) ELP KELP El Paso International Airport
Fairbanks  United States (Alaska) FAI PAFA Fairbanks International Airport
Fargo  United States (North Dakota) FAR KFAR Hector International Airport
Fayetteville  United States (North Carolina) FAY KFAY Fayetteville Regional Airport
Flint  United States (Michigan) FNT KFNT Bishop International Airport
Fort Lauderdale  United States (Florida) FLL KFLL Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Fort Myers  United States (Florida) RSW KRSW Southwest Florida International Airport
Fort Walton Beach  United States (Florida) VPS KVPS Northwest Florida Regional Airport
Fortaleza  Brazil FOR SBFZ Pinto Martins International Airport
Frankfurt  Germany FRA EDDF Frankfurt Airport 1985 present [16]
Freeport  Bahamas FPO MYGF Grand Bahama International Airport
Fukuoka  Japan FUK RJFF Fukuoka Airport
Georgetown  Guyana GEO SYCJ Cheddi Jagan International Airport
Grand Cayman  Cayman Islands GCM MWCR Owen Roberts International Airport
Grand Rapids  United States (Michigan) GRR KGRR Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Green Bay  United States (Wisconsin) GRB KGRB Austin Straubel International Airport
Greensboro  United States (North Carolina) GSO KGSO Piedmont Triad International Airport
Greenville  United States (South Carolina) GSP KGSP Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
Guadalajara  Mexico (Jalisco) GDL MMGL Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport
Guam  Guam GUM PGUM Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport
Guatemala City  Guatemala GUA MGGT La Aurora International Airport
Guayaquil  Ecuador GYE SEGU José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport
Gulfport  United States (Mississippi) GPT KGPT Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport
Hamilton  Bermuda BDA TXKF L.F. Wade International Airport
Harlingen  United States (Texas) HRL KHRL Valley International Airport 2013 present [17]
Harrisburg  United States (Pennsylvania) MDT KMDT Harrisburg International Airport
Hartford  United States (Connecticut) BDL KBDL Bradley International Airport
Hayden  United States (Colorado) HDN KHDN Yampa Valley Airport
Helsinki  Finland HEL EFHK Vantaa Airport
Ho Chi Minh City  Vietnam SGN VVTS Tan Son Nhat International Airport
Hong Kong  Hong Kong HKG VHHH Hong Kong International Airport present
Honolulu  United States (Hawaii) HNL PHNL Honolulu International Airport 1984 present
Houston  United States (Texas) IAH KIAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport
Houston  United States (Texas) HOU KHOU William P. Hobby Airport
Huntsville  United States (Alabama) HSV KHSV Huntsville International Airport
Indianapolis  United States (Indiana) IND KIND Indianapolis International Airport
Istanbul  Turkey IST LTBA Atatürk International Airport [18]
Ixtapa  Mexico (Guerrero) ZIH MMZH Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport
Jackson  United States (Mississippi) JAN KJAN Jackson International Airport 1929 present
Jackson Hole  United States (Wyoming) JAC KJAC Jackson Hole Airport
Jacksonville  United States (Florida) JAX KJAX Jacksonville International Airport
Johannesburg  South Africa JNB FAOR OR Tambo International Airport
Juneau
[begins May 29, 2014]
 United States (Alaska) JNU PAJN Juneau International Airport [19]
Kahului  United States (Hawaii) OGG PHOG Kahului Airport
Kalispell  United States (Montana) FCA KFCA Glacier Park International Airport
Kansas City  United States (Missouri) MCI KMCI Kansas City International Airport
Ketchikan  United States (Alaska) KTN PAKT Ketchikan International Airport
Key West  United States (Florida) EYW KEYW Key West International Airport
Kiev  Ukraine KBP UKBB Boryspil International Airport 2011 [11]
Kingston  Jamaica KIN MKJP Norman Manley International Airport 2013 present [20]
Knoxville  United States (Tennessee) TYS KTYS McGhee Tyson Airport
Kona  United States (Hawaii) KOA PHKO Kona International Airport
Koror  Palau ROR PTRO Roman Tmetuchl International Airport
Kralendijk  Bonaire BON TNCB Flamingo International Airport
Kuwait City  Kuwait KWI OKBK Kuwait International Airport 2008 [21]
La Crosse  United States (Wisconsin) LSE KLSE La Crosse Regional Airport
Lagos  Nigeria LOS DNMM Murtala Muhammed International Airport
Lansing  United States (Michigan) LAN KLAN Capital Region International Airport
Las Cruces  United States (New Mexico) ELP KELP El Paso International Airport
Las Vegas  United States (Nevada) LAS KLAS McCarran International Airport
Lexington  United States (Kentucky) LEX KLEX Blue Grass Airport
Liberia  Costa Rica LIR MRLB Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport
Lihue  United States (Hawaii) LIH PHLI Lihue Airport
Lima  Peru LIM SPIM Jorge Chávez International Airport
Little Rock  United States (Arkansas) LIT KLIT Little Rock National Airport
London  United Kingdom LHR EGLL London Heathrow Airport 1970 present
London  United Kingdom LGW EGKK Gatwick Airport
Long Beach  United States (California) LGB KLGB Long Beach Airport
Los Angeles  United States (California) LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport
Louisville  United States (Kentucky) SDF KSDF Louisville International Airport
Lyon  France LYS LFLL Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport
Madison  United States (Wisconsin) MSN KMSN Dane County Regional Airport
Madrid  Spain MAD LEMD Barajas Airport
Malaga  Spain AGP LEMG Málaga Airport
Managua  Nicaragua MGA MNMG Augusto C. Sandino International Airport
Manaus  Brazil MAO SBEG Eduardo Gomes International Airport [22]
Manchester  United Kingdom MAN EGCC Manchester Airport
Manchester  United States (New Hampshire) MHT KMHT Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Manila  Philippines MNL RPLL Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Mazatlán  Mexico (Sinaloa) MZT MMMZ General Rafael Buelna International Airport
Melbourne  United States (Florida) MLB KMLB Melbourne International Airport
Memphis  United States (Tennessee) MEM KMEM Memphis International Airport 1934 present
Meridian  United States (Mississippi) MEI KMEI Meridian Regional Airport 1929 1984 [2]
Mexico City  Mexico (Federal District) MEX MMMX Mexico City International Airport
Miami  United States (Florida) MIA KMIA Miami International Airport
Milan  Italy MXP LIMC Malpensa Airport
Milwaukee  United States (Wisconsin) MKE KMKE General Mitchell International Airport
Minneapolis  United States (Minnesota) MSP KMSP Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport 1984 present
Minot  United States (North Dakota) MOT KMOT Minot International Airport
Mobile  United States (Alabama) MOB KMOB Mobile Regional Airport
Monrovia  Liberia ROB GLRB Roberts International Airport
Montego Bay  Jamaica MBJ MKJS Sangster International Airport
Monterrey  Mexico (Nuevo León) MTY MMMY General Mariano Escobedo International Airport
Montreal  Canada (Quebec) YUL CYUL Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Montrose  United States (Colorado) MTJ KMTJ Montrose Regional Airport
Moscow  Russia SVO UUEE Sheremetyevo International Airport present
Mumbai  India BOM VABB Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Munich  Germany MUC EDDM Munich Airport
Myrtle Beach  United States (South Carolina) MYR KMYR Myrtle Beach International Airport
Nagoya  Japan NGO RJGG Chūbu Centrair International Airport
Nashville  United States (Tennessee) BNA KBNA Nashville International Airport
Nassau  Bahamas NAS MYNN Lynden Pindling International Airport
New Orleans  United States (Louisiana) MSY KMSY Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
New York City  United States (New York) JFK KJFK John F. Kennedy International Airport 1955 present [2]
New York City  United States (New York) LGA KLGA La Guardia Airport 1955 present [2]
Newark  United States (New Jersey) EWR KEWR Newark Liberty International Airport
Newport News  United States (Virginia) PHF KPHF Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport
Nice  France NCE LFMN Nice Côte d'Azur Airport
Norfolk  United States (Virginia) ORF KORF Norfolk International Airport
Oakland  United States (California) OAK KOAK Oakland International Airport
Oklahoma City  United States (Oklahoma) OKC KOKC Will Rogers World Airport
Omaha  United States (Nebraska) OMA KOMA Eppley Airfield
Ontario  United States (California) ONT KONT Ontario International Airport
Oranjestad  Aruba AUA TNCA Queen Beatrix International Airport
Orlando  United States (Florida) MCO KMCO Orlando International Airport
Osaka  Japan KIX RJBB Kansai International Airport
Oslo  Norway OSL ENGM Fornebu Airport
Palm Springs  United States (California) PSP KPSP Palm Springs International Airport
Panama City  United States (Florida) ECP KECP Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport
Panama City  Panama PTY MPTO Tocumen International Airport
Paris  France CDG LFPG Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport 1985 present [16]
Pensacola  United States (Florida) PNS KPNS Pensacola International Airport
Philadelphia  United States (Pennsylvania) PHL KPHL Philadelphia International Airport
Philipsburg  Sint Maarten SXM TNCM Princess Juliana International Airport
Phoenix  United States (Arizona) PHX KPHX Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Pisa  Italy PSA LIRP Galileo Galilei Airport
Pittsburgh  United States (Pennsylvania) PIT KPIT Pittsburgh International Airport
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago POS TTPP Piarco International Airport
Port-au-Prince  Haiti PAP MTPP Toussaint Louverture International Airport
Portland  United States (Maine) PWM KPWM Portland International Jetport
Portland  United States (Oregon) PDX KPDX Portland International Airport
Prague  Czech Republic PRG LKPR Václav Havel Airport Prague
Providence  United States (Rhode Island) PVD KPVD T. F. Green Airport
Providenciales  Turks and Caicos Islands PLS MBPV Providenciales International Airport
Puerto Plata  Dominican Republic POP MDPP Gregorio Luperón International Airport
Puerto Vallarta  Mexico (Jalisco) PVR MMPR Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport
Punta Cana  Dominican Republic PUJ MDPC Punta Cana International Airport
Quito  Ecuador UIO SEQU Mariscal Sucre International Airport
Raleigh  United States (North Carolina) RDU KRDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport
Rapid City  United States (South Dakota) RAP KRAP Rapid City Regional Airport
Recife  Brazil REC SBRF Gilberto Freyre Airport
Reno  United States (Nevada) RNO KRNO Reno-Tahoe International Airport
Reykjavík  Iceland KEF BIKF Keflavík International Airport present
Richmond  United States (Virginia) RIC KRIC Richmond International Airport
Rio de Janeiro  Brazil GIG SBGL Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport
Roanoke  United States (Virginia) ROA KROA Roanoke Regional Airport [23]
Roatán  Honduras RTB MHRO Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport
Rochester  United States (New York) ROC KROC Greater Rochester International Airport
Rome  Italy FCO LIRF Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
Sacramento  United States (California) SMF KSMF Sacramento International Airport
Saint Kitts  Saint Kitts and Nevis SKB TKPK Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport
Saint Petersburg  Russia LED ULLI Pulkovo Airport
Saint Thomas  U.S. Virgin Islands STT TIST Cyril E. King Airport
Saipan  Northern Mariana Islands SPN PGSN Saipan International Airport
Salt Lake City  United States (Utah) SLC KSLC Salt Lake City International Airport 1987 present [2]
San Antonio  United States (Texas) SAT KSAT San Antonio International Airport
San Diego  United States (California) SAN KSAN San Diego International Airport
San Francisco  United States (California) SFO KSFO San Francisco International Airport
San Jose  United States (California) SJC KSJC San Jose International Airport
San José de Costa Rica  Costa Rica SJO MROC Juan Santamaría International Airport
San José del Cabo  Mexico (Baja California Sur) SJD MMSD Los Cabos International Airport
San Juan  Puerto Rico SJU TJSJ Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
San Pedro Sula  Honduras SAP MHLM Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport
San Salvador  El Salvador SAL MSLP Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport
Santa Ana  United States (California) SNA KSNA John Wayne Airport
Santiago  Chile SCL SCEL Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport
Santiago de los Caballeros  Dominican Republic STI MDST Cibao International Airport
Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic SDQ MDSD Las Américas International Airport
Sarasota  United States (Florida) SRQ KSRQ Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport
Savannah  United States (Georgia) SAV KSAV Savannah International Airport
Seattle  United States (Washington) SEA KSEA Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
Seoul  South Korea ICN RKSI Incheon International Airport 1987 present
Shanghai  China PVG ZSPD Shanghai Pudong International Airport 2008 present
Shannon  Ireland SNN EINN Shannon Airport
Singapore  Singapore SIN WSSS Singapore Changi Airport 2010
Sioux Falls  United States (South Dakota) FSD KFSD Sioux Falls Regional Airport
Spokane  United States (Washington) GEG KGEG Spokane International Airport
St. George's  Grenada GND TGPY Maurice Bishop International Airport
St. John's  Antigua and Barbuda ANU TAPA V. C. Bird International Airport
St. Louis  United States (Missouri) STL KSTL Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport
Stockholm  Sweden ARN ESSA Stockholm-Arlanda Airport 2008 present [24][25]
Stuttgart  Germany STR EDDS Stuttgart Airport
Sydney  Australia SYD YSSY Sydney Airport 2009 present [26]
Syracuse  United States (New York) SYR KSYR Syracuse Hancock International Airport
São Paulo  Brazil GRU SBGR São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport
Taipei  Taiwan TPE RCTP Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
Tallahassee  United States (Florida) TLH KTLH Tallahassee Regional Airport
Tampa  United States (Florida) TPA KTPA Tampa International Airport
Tegucigalpa  Honduras TGU MHTG Toncontín International Airport
Tel Aviv  Israel TLV LLBG Ben Gurion International Airport 2006 present [27]
Tokyo  Japan HND RJTT Haneda Airport 1987 present
Tokyo  Japan NRT RJAA Narita International Airport 1997 present
Toronto  Canada (Ontario) YYZ CYYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport
Traverse City  United States (Michigan) TVC KTVC Cherry Capital Airport
Tucson  United States (Arizona) TUS KTUS Tucson International Airport
Tulsa  United States (Oklahoma) TUL KTUL Tulsa International Airport
Vail  United States (Colorado) EGE KEGE Eagle County Airport
Valencia  Spain VLC LEVC Valencia Airport 2011 [11]
Vancouver  Canada (British Columbia) YVR CYVR Vancouver International Airport
Venice  Italy VCE LIPZ Marco Polo Airport
Vienna  Austria VIE LOWW Vienna International Airport 1997 2008 [28]
Vieux-Fort  Saint Lucia UVF TLPL Hewanorra International Airport
Warsaw  Poland WAW EPWA Warsaw Chopin Airport
Washington D.C  United States (Washington D.C.) DCA KDCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Washington D.C  United States (Washington D.C.) IAD KIAD Washington Dulles International Airport
Wausau  United States (Wisconsin) CWA KCWA Central Wisconsin Airport
West Palm Beach  United States (Florida) PBI KPBI Palm Beach International Airport
White Plains  United States (New York) HPN KHPN Westchester County Airport
Wichita  United States (Kansas) ICT KICT Wichita Mid-Continent Airport
Zurich   Switzerland ZRH LSZH Zurich Airport

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