Delta announces latest expansion to Caribbean

first_img Sharing is caring! Share LifestyleTravel Delta announces latest expansion to Caribbean by: – November 16, 2011 Share Tweetcenter_img Share Image via: righttruth.typepad.comNEW YORK, USA — Delta Air Lines has announced its latest expansion in New York City, with 12 new daily flights to 11 domestic and Caribbean destinations in spring and summer 2012.In March, Delta will add new frequencies between New York-JFK and Santo Domingo and Santiago, Dominican Republic; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Delta also will launch new nonstop service between New York-LaGuardia and Nassau, Bahamas. The new and expanded Caribbean routes will serve significant local demand for flights to those markets.“Our expanded service to these key Caribbean and domestic destinations reinforces our ongoing commitment to our customers in New York,” said Gail Grimmett, Delta’s senior vice president – New York. “With our planned expansion at LaGuardia Airport, and our terminal renovation and expansion at JFK, Delta is continuing to position itself as the preferred carrier for customers traveling to and from New York.”All flights will be operated with dual-class aircraft. Delta also announced introductory one-way fares for its new Caribbean service from New York. Caribbean News Now 30 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

Recruiting assistant Cole Dial reportedly let go by Syracuse

first_img Related Stories Syracuse football director of recruiting operations Eric White will reportedly take player personnel job at MarylandScott Shafer hired as defensive coordinator at MarylandSyracuse football adds 4 members to its support staffSyracuse football announces hiring of 6 assistant coachesSyracuse football reportedly hires former Onondaga Central High School RB Mike Hart as running backs coach Syracuse football operations and recruiting administrator Cole Dial was let go on Friday, according to Scout.com.Dial is no longer listed on the Orange’s staff directory. SU has made several changes to its staff in the past week, officially hiring four support staff members and six assistant coaches, while also hiring two more assistants, according to their Twitter bios.Dial worked in the recruiting department under then-director of recruiting operations Eric White. On Wednesday, White reportedly took a job in the player personnel department at Maryland, where he will reunite with defensive coordinator Scott Shafer, who is Syracuse’s former head coach. The Orange hired Dino Babers to replace Shafer on Dec. 5.“He helps me out a ton,” White said of Dial in a September interview. “He helps form relationships with these kids as well. On visits, he’s showing kids around, also. And he’s looking at game results of all of our recruits.”Seven players have left SU’s 2016 recruiting class since Babers was hired and four have joined it. The class now sits at 12 commits with less than a month until National Signing Day.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on January 8, 2016 at 1:18 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more