Delta Air Lines continues to bolster its base in Los Angeles, announcing plans for three new routes while seeking regulatory approval for a fourth.The carrier says it plans to add nonstop service on domestic routes to Austin and Boise and an international route to San Salvador. Delta also has applied for the rights to begin daily service between Los Angeles and the Mexican city of Monterrey.Boise will be the first of the routes to launch, with service slated to begin on June 5. Delta regional affiliate Compass Airlines will fly one daily round-trip flight on route using two-class, 76-seat Embraer E-175 jets.TODAY IN THE SKY: Los Angeles: A new hub for Delta Air Lines? (March 2013) ALSO ONLINE: American ramps up at LAX amid ‘old-fashioned turf war’ (August 2013)Austin flights will begin June 16. Delta plans to operate two daily round-trip flights on Boeing 717 jets. Delta says the addition of Austin will allow it to “connect Los Angeles’ growing Silicon Beach tech and start-up community with all the major tech centers in the United States.” In making that claim, Delta notes that it already flies from L.A. to tech-oriented destinations such as New York JFK, Oakland, Portland (Ore.), Salt… Read full this story
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