Delta, first airline from JFK

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After a record summer across the Atlantic, Delta customers can expect even more opportunities to explore sought-after locations around the world next year. From hubs across the United States, travelers can choose between Naples; the lush, green landscape of Shannon; the picturesque landscape of Zurich; and many other memorable destinations. Of course Paris will be there…

Delta is the largest carrier to Europe, Africa and the Middle East from its New York JFK hub

The American company will operate nearly 260 weekly flights next summer to 18 countries and 29 destinations throughout the region.

For the first time, Delta will connect its customers with non-stop service from JFK to Naples, starting May 23, 2024 but also to Milan, Venice and Rome.

Delta will also return to Shannon, Ireland from JFK starting May 23, 2024.

Rounding out Delta’s new transatlantic offerings from JFK next summer is a non-stop flight to Munich, which will operate three times a week starting April 9, 2024.

Another fun fact? Delta is the only carrier to offer an early morning departure from JFK to Paris.

Delta one suite

Different experiences

On most transoceanic flights, customers have the choice of four experiences: Delta One or Delta One Suites, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin.

Customers flying Delta Premium Select will have more room to relax and stretch out, with a wider seat, deeper recline, adjustable footrest and leg rest on most flights, as well as ‘an elevated culinary experience

Meanwhile, Delta One customers can stretch out in a reclining seat and enjoy premium amenities such as handcrafted Someone Somewhere amenity kits, plush bedding made from recycled materials, more options drinks before takeoff and a four-course seasonal chef-prepared menu. meal.

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Delta Airlines during IFTM

Delta Air Lines is participating in the presence of Béatrice de Rotalier, sales director France, on stand H060

• Summary of summer 2023 – exceptional year; high demand / high occupancy rate

• Value of JV partnership with AF – celebrating their 90th anniversary on October 7

• Outlook and highlights for 2024:

o D-Day landings: 80th anniversary in June 2024; chartered flight welcoming US veterans, presence of officials

o 2024 Olympic Games – Additional seats; inbound tourism

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