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January 20, 1978 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1978 15

Don't just fly to Florida.


Enjoy extra comfort on Delta's Wide-Ride L-1011 IliStars.
You fly in a "living room" cabin that's a full 8 feet high and
almost 19 feet wide. With your own private 7-channel stereo.
So sit back, relax and enjoy: Bach to rock to Florida.


Enjoy steak and champagne in Tourist..
We're serving free champagne to adults in
Tourist on all winter nonstops from Detroit
to Florida, including.our thrifty Night
Coaches. You also get a sizzling charbroiled
filet mignon on all brunch nonstops.


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Enjoy superb service by the Delta profes-
sionals. Your Flight Attendant goes all-out to
treat you like her personal guest. And that goes
for all 30,000 Delta professionals.

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Enjoy a"SUntan" Dream Vacation " in
Miami or Ft.Lauderdale for 8 days, 7 nights.
One of the greatest Florida vacation bar-
gains of the year. Your Miami Beach stay is
only $96 to $285, depending on your choice
of hotels. It includes a cruise of 13iscayne
Bay and Millionaires' Row plus admission
to the dog or horse track. Your Ft.Lauderdale
stay is just $143 to $242, based on the hotel
you choose, and includes admission to the
dog or horse track or to Jai Alai. Your
airport transfers to and from your
Ft.Lauderdale hotel are also included. Add
air fare and applicable taxes. Effective to
April 15,1978. ITDL ANIXKA/B7 •
, Enjoy Delta's money-saving fares. No other
airline beats our low fares to Florida. Fly
any night without restrictions and save 20%
off regular Day Tourist on Delta's Night
Coach fares.

Enjoy the American Express Card. Don't
leave home without it:You can even extend
payments.with the American Express Card
"Sign & Fly " " and
-"Sign & Travel ""
plans. If you don't
have a card, pick up
an application wher-
ever the card is
welcomed. Or call
(toll free) 800-528-8000. .'
Enjoy the expert service of your Travel
Agent, who'll help you plan a great vacation
and handle all the details
for you. You can also
get flight reservations
by calling Delta at



Enjoy choosing your Delta flight.

To Miami 10:00am and 10:00pm are
Delta's nonstop times. You can also fly
straight thtu on two other daily flights.
Day Tourist and Night First Class $117,
Night Tourist $94.
To Ft.Lauderdale Our 9:30am nonstop
is the only TriStar going. And our Night
Coach nonstop is a thrifty $94. Day
Tourist and Night First Class $117.
To Tampa/St.Pete The only Wide-Ride
TriStars—nonstops at 10:05am and
10:00pm, a thru-jet at 5:35pm. Day
Tourist and Night First Class $105,
Night Tourist $84.

To Orlando/Walt Disney World Join'
us for brunch on our 10:15am nonstop.
Or choose from six other flight-times a
day. Day Tourist and Night First Class
$103, Night Tourist $82. •
To Jacksonville Delta has more flight-
times than any other airline—six round
the clock.. Day Tourist and Night First
Class $92, Night Tourist $74.
West Palm Beach The only thru-jets —
a Wide-Ride TriStar at 10:05am, a 10:00pm
Night Coach for only $90. Day Tourist
and Night First Class $113.

All fares, service and tour rates subject to change without notice.
Vacation accommodations subject to availability during peak
holiday periods; rates are per person, double occupancy.

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