31st May 2017
Written on 31st May 2017
Delta grows network between Boston, New York, Oregon and Europe
Delta has expanded its seasonal transatlantic network with the introduction of new daily nonstop service between Boston and Dublin, New York-JFK and Glasgow, as well as returning service from JFK to Berlin and Lisbon. Delta will also launch nonstop seasonal service between Portland, Oregon and London-Heathrow, which will operate four days a week.
The routes will operate throughout the summer, offering customers more choice across the transatlantic during the peak vacation period.
Delta’s new JFK-Glasgow service complements the daily service offered from New York to Edinburgh, which launched last year. The route is operated in conjunction with joint venture partner Virgin Atlantic Airways, which also serves Glasgow nonstop from Orlando. Flights to Berlin and Lisbon are operated in partnership with Delta’s joint venture partners Air France-KLM and Alitalia; Delta is the only U.S. carrier to offer nonstop service from JFK to both cities.
And Delta’s service between Boston and Dublin marks the airline’s eighth international service from Boston Logan and complements Delta’s existing flights to Dublin from JFK and Atlanta.
With all five new routes departing in the late evening from JFK, Boston and Portland, each offers ample connecting points across North America, including Chicago, Los Angeles, Orlando and San Francisco.