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Delta Airlines Brings Back Hourly Shuttle Service From LAX To SFO

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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Delta Airlines announced Friday that they are bringing back hourly shuttle service between LAX and SFO.

The hourly service will begin September 3.

Delta said they will employ the 76-passenger Embraer 175 jet.

The airline also said first-class, business and economy seats will be available.

Economy fares will start at $59 and max out at $160 for round-trip service.

As an added perk for commuters, the airline will allow 30-minute check in prior to departure and complimentary newspapers and in-flight beverage and food service including wine, beer, coffee and snacks.

Delta said the planes would be flown by their connection partner, Compass Airlines, under the Delta brand and ticketing service.

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