WESTCHESTER, N.Y. — Westchester Travel Agency, which offers flights to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, announced Thursday it has reached an agreement with Delta Airlines to begin service to New Jersey in 2019.
The deal means that Westchester will begin offering service to the New Jersey market as early as the summer of 2019, the agency said in a press release.
In addition to New Brunswick, Westchester is also offering service in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Delta is the first American airline to offer Westchester service to its New Jersey customers, joining Southwest Airlines.
With a full-service hub at JFK International Airport, Westbury’s service to other parts of New Jersey, including New Haven and Hartford, is expected to begin in the coming weeks, the press release said.
“Our service to Westchester continues to grow with the addition of additional terminals, new routes, and our new hub at Newark Airport,” Delta Vice President of Aviation Business Development Michael Smith said in the release.
“Our Westchester hub provides the opportunity for Delta to continue to grow its service to our customers in the Northeast, while leveraging its existing network of hubs to continue serving our customers.”
The partnership with Westchester comes on the heels of the announcement that Westbury has agreed to pay $2.9 million to settle allegations that it improperly processed airline reservations, according to the Associated Press.