Following a record summer across the Atlantic, Delta has announced plans for its biggest ever flight schedule for 2024.
“There’s never been a better time to explore Europe on Delta,” said Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President – Network Planning, “and customers looking ahead to summer adventures abroad will find plenty of inspiring options – coupled with the premium services and amenities we know Delta customers anticipate and enjoy.”
From New York-JFK, Delta will operate nearly 260 weekly flights next summer to 18 countries and 29 destinations throughout the region.
Delta will expand non stop connections from its Atlanta hub to cities in the U.S. West, as the airline adds nonstop daily service to Santa Barbara and Fresno, California; resumes daily flying to Burbank and Oakland, California; and Reno, Nevada; and grows to year-round service to Aspen, Colorado
On its transatlantic routes, Delta will offer seasonal service to Ireland from three of its U.S. hubs – Atlanta, Boston and Minneapolis – in addition to year-round service from New York-JFK. The airline will also return to Shannon from JFK, beginning 23 May, 2024.
On most trans-oceanic flights, customers have a choice of four experiences: Delta One or Delta One Suites, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin. Some transatlantic flights will offer Delta Premium Select in place of Delta One/Delta One Suites.