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Additional flight from FAY to ATL to begin in September

By Staff Report, posted 4 weeks ago

Delta Airlines is set to enhance travel convenience for passengers at the Fayetteville Regional Airport (FAY) by adding a third daily flight to Atlanta (ATL) starting Sept. 9. The additional frequency flight will increase travel options and reduce layover times for passengers flying through Atlanta.  

The new frequency flight will contribute to a total of 20 flights in/out each day at FAY starting in September. This includes flights operated by both Delta Airlines and American Airlines.  

“We are thrilled to announce the addition of a new flight service from Fayetteville Regional Airport. This expansion not only enhances connectivity for our residents and visitors but also

stimulates local economic growth,” said Interim Airport Director Deontae Watson in a press release. “By providing more travel options, we are making Fayetteville even more accessible and attractive as a destination. We look forward to the positive impact this will have on our community.” 

Passengers can book tickets now for the new flight at  

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