Yelm notes some of the largest numbers of international passengers annually destined to the South Sound coming to the Ramtha School of Enlightenment campus here.
Delta Airlines and pre-merger airline partner Northwest Airlines have long been the airline of choice for Yelm-bound passengers from international origins. Now Delta Airlines, Inc. has announced new nonstop approval to operate to Sea-Tac from Tokyo-Haneda. This is a huge development in convenience for Tokyo-originating passengers.
“The new Haneda flight will complement Delta’s nonstop flight between Seattle and Tokyo-Narita, which will be expanded and upgraded to Boeing 747-400 service on June 1.”
Effective June 17, 2013, Delta begins nonstop service from Seattle to Shanghai, adding to their international non-stops from Sea-Tac to Paris-de Gaulle, Beijing, Osaka, Tokyo-Narita and Amsterdam, making Delta the airline with the most international seats to/from Sea-Tac.
“Delta’s international growth in Seattle is possible because of its partnership with Alaska Airlines, which operates a domestic hub at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Customers of both carriers enjoy access to an expanded network under a major codesharing agreement, as well as reciprocal frequent flier benefits and airport lounge access,” quoting the Delta Airlines Press Release.
Blog writer Klein is in his 28th year as a student of Ramtha’s and in his 10th year employed by JZ Knight.