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Key West Might be the most lucrative per flight. Delta has added now up to seven flights to Atlanta per day and two to LaGuardia nonstop. American has 19 flights a day , including two nonstops to DFW, and we also have JetBlue and United and allegiant. This may be the shortest airport worldwide that Delta lands the A319 on, less than 1 mile. And still no jetways. Everyone walks across the tarmac, just like the Carribean islands.