Delta Air Lines Returns to Curacao After 13-Year Hiatus

by Anthony Losanno
Delta 737

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On December 16th, Delta Air Lines will resume service to Curaçao International Airport (CUR) from its hub at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The airline last flew there in 2010.

Delta is the leading US carrier to Latin America from Atlanta. The carrier will fly almost 500 weekly flights to 44 destinations this winter (this represents a 30% increase over 2022). Flights will run 1x weekly on Saturdays using a Boeing 737-800, which offers First Class, Comfort+, and Economy Class seats.


This makes Delta the fourth carrier to connect the US with the Caribbean island. American Airlines offers service from Miami International Airport (MIA), JetBlue flies from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), and United Airlines has flights from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).

Anthony’s Take: Curaçao is the last of the ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao) that I need to visit. It’s on the list, potentially for this coming winter.

(Image Credits: Delta Air Lines.)

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1 comment

Alex July 15, 2023 - 2:08 pm

Haha I liked that “Delta is the leading US carrier to Latin America… from Atlanta. They are the leading “everything” from Atlanta. They might be #5 in Latin America from the USA overall.


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