Delta Air Lines says it will be flying fewer planes and more frequent flights by the end of 2019.

In September 2019, Delta Air Line began operating on two routes between Los Angeles and Seattle.

The Seattle-Los Angeles route will be shut down by March 2020, and the Los Angeles-Portland route by April 2020.

Delta is currently testing a new route between Seattle and New York City in 2020.

The first flight to fly between the two destinations will take place in April 2021.

Delta’s new flights will be conducted by Airbus and Boeing, which make the planes used in the new routes.

In 2020, Delta will begin flying more frequent, longer-haul flights to San Francisco and Los Angeles, and to Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and New Orleans.

Delta also plans to offer flights to the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Brazil.

Delta Airline expects the service to cost $1,300 per person, per month, or $1.25 per hour, in 2020, up from the $1 per person or $0.40 per hour it charges now.

The airline has not provided specific revenue estimates.

The company plans to make about 2,000 to 2,400 new routes annually in 2020 and 2021, based on a projected average daily domestic flight capacity of 1,000,000.

Delta hopes to offer regular flights to people who live in areas of the country that have high demand for its services, such as New York, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Atlanta.

It has been offering frequent, long-haul and direct flights since at least 2010.

Delta said it expects to reach about 1 million passengers by 2020, a rate of about 2.5 million per month.

In the fourth quarter of 2020, the airline reported that it had 1,872 flights booked for 20,000 passengers.