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In August, I wrote about Delta adding Daily service between Miami International Airport and Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS). Delta was stepping into American’s territory with this route out of its competitor’s hub. Now, Delta has pulled it from its schedule just weeks after the route began (on November 5th).
The route has been operating daily on a Boeing 737 equipped with First Class, Comfort+, and Main Cabin seating. The last flight will take place on January 31st. American Airlines will continue the route and offer it 6x weekly using Boeing 737, Airbus A319, and Airbus A321neo aircraft.
Anthony’s Take: Delta is fiercely protective of its hubs and it looks like American struck back and increased its flights on this route from 4x to 6x daily this winter. This must have taken enough away from Delta for it to drop the route.
(Featured Image Credit: Delta Air Lines.)
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