Delta, Air France KLM and Virgin Atlantic’s joint network has winter wanderlust covered   

Wherever your customers’ travels take them, Delta Air Lines and its Joint Venture (JV) partners Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic are offering more convenience, connectivity and a vast choice of exciting destinations to discover this winter. 

Time to explore

Whether they are flying for business, leisure, or perhaps a mix of both, Delta Air Lines, Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic, have your customers covered with an unrivalled network of 375 combined destinations between the U.S., the U.K. and Europe. 

This winter, customers will benefit from an increased choice of convenient flight schedules and travel options from three hubs in Europe - Amsterdam, Paris-CDG and London Heathrow - and nine hubs in the United States. Together, the partner airlines are offering over 865 weekly trans-Atlantic flights to 30 destinations in North America, with onward connections to 210 cities. In fact, the airlines offer 17 of the top 20 nonstop routes between Europe and North America. 

Meanwhile, travelling to CES 2024 – the world’s largest consumer technology event – will be easier from Amsterdam and Paris, thanks to dedicated nonstop services to Las Vegas offered by Delta, Air France and KLM.

Experience elevated

The airlines’ joint venture offers customers many benefits, such as aligned schedules and seamless connectivity, which are more important to customers than ever. 

And, whichever airline they fly, Delta, Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic have worked closely to develop a suite of consistent products and services that ensure every traveller enjoys an industry-leading customer experience. From greater availability of premium economy cabins and the comfort of a fully flat-bed seat at altitude to in-seat entertainment and delicious cuisine, every detail has been thoughtfully considered. 

When it comes to staying connected, Delta Sky Miles customers enjoy free high-speed Wi-Fi on most domestic U.S. flights, which will be rolled out on international routes throughout 2024. 

All customers enjoy reciprocal loyalty benefits with more opportunities to earn and redeem miles. There’s greater recognition through Corporate Priority, a dedicated service for corporate travellers, and access to a network of award-winning airport lounges for eligible customers.  

A look ahead 

Following a record-setting summer across the Atlantic, customers can look forward to even more opportunities to explore next year. These include new Delta flights from Zurich to Atlanta beginning 1 June 2024, from Ireland, to Minneapolis and Boston beginning 10 May 2024 and from Shannon to New York-JFK and Naples to New York-JFK, both beginning 25 May 2024.

Delta offers more nonstop destinations to New York-JFK from Europe, Africa and the Middle East than any other airline, offering nearly 260 weekly flights next summer to 29 destinations in 18 countries.

Customers can look forward to new and exciting routes next summer with Virgin Atlantic, too, including London Heathrow to Dubai, São Paulo and Bengaluru, and more flights from Manchester to Las Vegas. 

We look forward to welcoming your customers on board. 

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