Delta is a mega airline with a massive network, so it seems impossible to think they could find any more places to fly to.

But they’ve managed to do it not once, but three times!

Delta has announced that they are launching 3 new international routes to 3 hugely popular destinations.

Here’s where they’re going:

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Want to avoid a long cold winter?

On December 21, just in time for Christmas, Delta will launch a new route from Detroit to Providenciales in Turks and Caicos.

Sapodilla Bay Beach, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

This will be Delta’s 4th Caribbean destination in Detroit for the winter season, meaning that people in the region will have more choices of winter vacation destinations than ever.

Why Visit Providenciales?

Turks and Caicos is a great choice if you’re looking for pristine white sand beaches.

Providenciales is considered a Caribbean jewel and is said to have some of the most spectacular ocean water in the world.

Grace Bay Beach, Leeward Beach, and Spodilla Bay Beach are considered some of the region’s finest.

There are many vibrant coral reefs here too, offering exceptional snorkeling and diving.

beach in Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.

If you can bear to drag yourself away from the beach, then you’ll find an abundance of all-inclusive and 5-star resorts.

Vacation villas are also popular here for those travelers looking for a little more privacy.

For beautiful wetlands and nature reserves, head to the Princess Alexandra National Park.

And the shopping plazas of Grace Bay are a great spot to experience local life and to pick up a souvenir or two.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

From October 26, you can fly from Tampa International Airport to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport just in time for the winter season.

Colorful Buildings Along Canal In Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is Delta’s most-served city in Europe, so connecting it with Tampa will introduce the fascinating city to a whole new market.

Why Visit Amsterdam?

While you won’t benefit from the warm weather or see the famous tulips, I still think winter is one of the best times to visit Amsterdam.

From winter festivals and Christmas markets to ice skating rinks that pop up all over the city, there’s so much to see and do.

Did you know that if it’s cold enough and the water freezes, it’s even possible to ice skate on the city’s famous canals?

view of canals in amsterdam in winter

Tourism levels are lower, and the streets feel less crowded.

This means smaller queues for the main attractions and museums.

The Rembrandt House Museum and the Rijksmuseum are two that you definitely shouldn’t miss.

And you can still enjoy all of the main attractions.

Take a city canal cruise and warm up by eating delicious oliebollen, hot and oily donut-type treats you can buy on every street corner in Amsterdam.

Liberia, Costa Rica

The latest flight to launch won’t take to the skies until January 11.

This route will take you from Boston to Liberia in Costa Rica.

Beautiful aerial view of Liberia Guanacaste Costa Rica

This flight is notable because it will allow visitors easy access to Costa Rica’s beautiful Guanacaste province.

This is a popular spot for tourists, especially those visiting the country for its outstanding natural attractions.

Why Visit Liberia?

Liberia is a fascinating city that offers a unique blend of culture, history, and natural beauty.

It’s a gateway to the beautiful natural beauty of Costa Rica, but it’s also a tourist attraction in its own right and well worth stopping for the day if you have the time in your schedule.

Area de Conservación Guanacaste World Heritage Site UNESCO - Rincón de la Vieja Volcano

Most travelers leave Liberia to explore Guanacaste Province and it’s easy to see why.

Offering year-round sunny weather, beautiful beaches and perhaps most importantly, plenty of fascinating mountain towns.

Most people visit the region for its breathtaking beaches, but there are also many incredible things to see and do here.

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