ILM officials announce additional nonstop flights to New York, Atlanta, D.C.

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Wilmington International Airport. File photo.
Wilmington International Airport. File photo.

Officials with Wilmington International Airport (ILM) recently announced ILM will now serve New York (LGA), Atlanta (ATL) and Washington, D.C. (DCA) with additional nonstop flights.

Delta’s nonstop flight to New York’s LaGuardia will increase service to New York to three daily nonstop flights, adding an early morning departure time back into the schedule, according to a news release from ILM. Nonstop flights to LGA will have the scheduled departure times of 6 a.m. (Delta), 10:55 a.m. (American) and 5:35 p.m. (American).

The additional Delta flight to Atlanta will increase nonstop service to ATL to six nonstop flights daily.

These added flights will also bring more passengers through ILM, especially during peak, early morning flights. It is recommended that travelers arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes in advance of their departure time to ensure a relaxing and enjoyable experience, the news release states.

Wilmington International Airport is the fourth-largest airport in North Carolina with approximately 800,000 annual passengers. Offering service on both Delta Airlines and US Airways/American Airlines, ILM services four nonstop hubs. ILM prides itself on offering award winning customer service and convenience with multiple flight options, easy security screening and close parking.  For more information on ILM, please visit flyILM.com.