Delta Air Lines announced it will add its first nonstop flights between Seattle and Dallas/Fort Worth next summer; it will also add flights between Atlanta and Fresno and Santa Barbara, California; and launch year-round service in Aspen, Colorado, with flights from Atlanta and Los Angeles.

The daily Atlanta-Santa Barbara and Atlanta-Fresno flights will begin June 7; Delta is the first airline to fly either of those routes. On June 8, Delta will start twice-daily Seattle-Dallas flights; Alaska Airlines and American Airlines also fly that route.

Delta also will resume several routes next summer that it last operated in the summer of 2021, including Atlanta-Reno and Detroit-Anchorage.

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The airline will further bolster its Atlanta network by increasing its daily frequencies from Atlanta to Colorado Springs, Colorado; Sacramento, California; and El Paso, Texas. Meanwhile, Salt Lake City customers will see the return of nonstop daily service to Columbus, Ohio, while Detroit passengers will regain nonstop daily service to Sacramento.