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Delta Air Lines Announces Nonstop Flights to Tulum from Atlanta

Delta Air Lines has just made your journey to the sun-soaked beaches of Tulum, Mexico, a whole lot easier. In a recent announcement, the airline revealed plans to launch a nonstop service from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Tulum International Airport, also known as Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport, starting March 28, 2024. Excitingly, this new route eliminates the need for the customary two-hour drive from Cancun, making your Tulum adventure more convenient than ever.


Flight Details:


Delta's new nonstop service to Tulum is set to start on March 28, 2024. Departing from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, travelers will be able to go directly to Tulum International Airport, which is scheduled to open its gates in December 2023.


Ticket Availability:


Tickets for this route will be available for purchase starting October 16, 2023. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a solo adventure, now is the time to start dreaming about your Tulum escape. With the ease of a nonstop flight, your journey begins the moment you step on board.


Aircraft Information:


The airline has chosen the Boeing 737-800 aircraft for this route, capable of comfortably accommodating 160 passengers. Expect a seamless and comfortable journey as you jet off to the shores of Tulum.


As Delta Air Lines expands its reach to Tulum, the possibilities for your next adventure broaden. With a nonstop flight from Atlanta, the white-sand beaches, ancient ruins, and vibrant culture of Tulum are now within even closer reach. So, take advantage of this opportunity and start planning your Tulum getaway. Delta is ready to take you there, ensuring a journey that mirrors the beauty and excitement that awaits in this Mexican paradise.

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