Delta to Resume Service to 11 Key Transatlantic Destinations This Fall

By Paul Riegler on 22 August 2020
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Delta Air Lines announced it will restart non-stop service to 11 transatlantic routes this fall. These routes were suspended as travel plummeted amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

“Following this resumption of service in the fall, Delta expects to maintain a similar schedule across the Atlantic through winter 2021,” the airline said in a statement.

The Atlanta-based airline will resume non-stop service from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Accra, Barcelona, Madrid, and Rome, in September, and to Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, and Zürich in October.

In addition, Delta will restart service between Atlanta and Lagos as well as between Boston and London Heathrow in September, and between Seattle and Paris Charles de Gaulle in October.

In November, Delta will restart its Boston-Paris non-stop service.

Finally, in the summer of 2021, Delta will resume six seasonal transatlantic destinations from Atlanta, namely Barcelona, Dublin, Rome, and Madrid.

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