Delta Airlines Offers Flight to Enjoy the Total Solar Eclipse for the Longest Duration

Delta Airlines

Delta Airlines has scheduled a flight that allows passengers to enjoy the total solar eclipse on April 8th for the longest possible time.

Following the announcement on February 19th that tickets for the flight from Austin to Detroit, DL1218, sold out within 24 hours, an additional Dallas/Fort Worth to Detroit flight, DL1010, has been scheduled. The search for the same route increased by 1,500% following the announcement of the DL1218 flight.

The aircraft used will be an Airbus A321neo, with 20 First Class seats, 42 Delta Comfort Plus seats, and 132 Main Cabin seats, totaling 194 seats.

In addition, total solar eclipse viewing will also be possible on flights DL5699 from Detroit to Westchester, DL924 from Los Angeles to Dallas/Fort Worth, DL2869 from Los Angeles to San Antonio, DL1001 from Salt Lake City to San Antonio, and DL1683 from Salt Lake City to Austin. Passengers are advised to bring protective glasses.

The total solar eclipse in North America, the first since 2017, will last more than twice as long and the viewing range will expand by about twice. There will not be another total solar eclipse until 2044.

DL1010 Dallas/Fort Worth (12:30) ~ Detroit (16:20)

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