Delta Air Lines. Credit: Delta Air Lines via Facebook

LOS ANGELES, California – Delta Airlines is introducing its largest ever domestic ski schedule throughout the United States, bringing expanded winter sport-based services out of Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and Salt Lake City.

Beginning on December 21, 2024, Delta ski flights from Los Angeles’ LAX airport will include daily flights to Jackson Hole, Wyoming (JAC) and a year-round Aspen, Colorado (ASE) service. Daily flights to Bozeman, Montana (BZN) and Vail, Colorado (EGE) will continue out of the airport, and a new Saturday service to Sun Valley, Idaho (SUN) will be added. In total, the Delta ski schedule out of LAX will see a 25% increase in seat capacity this upcoming winter.

Out of Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP), the Saturday service to Steamboat Springs, Colorado (HDN) and Jackson Hole will continue with the addition of daily services during the holiday period. Plus, year round flights to Bozeman present an easy escape to the mountains.

From Atlanta (ATL), daily flights to Aspen, Vail, Steamboat Springs, Montrose/Telluride, Colorado (MTJ), and Jackson Hole will continue, and a second daily frequency will be expanded to Bozeman. Salt Lake City will see daily flights to Bozeman, Jackson Hole, and Sun Valley.

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