Explore Portland with Delta this Summer   

Portland Skyline

Delta is launching a new nonstop route from London Heathrow to Portland in the beautiful state of Oregon on Friday, May 26, opening up a unique destination on the West Coast for U.K. visitors this summer.

Delta will be the only airline to fly nonstop between the U.K. and Portland and the service will operate four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays throughout the summer season. 





London Heathrow at 12:30 p.m.

Portland at 3:23 p.m.


Portland at 5:14 p.m.

London Heathrow at 11:10 a.m. (next day)


Highlights of Delta’s U.K. flights: 
  • Wi-Fi connectivity and seat-back screens featuring Delta Studio™ on demand – more than 300 movies, plus T.V. shows, music and games - at every seat.

  • The Delta One™ cabin offering fully flat-bed seats and Westin Heavenly® In-Flight Bedding, designed exclusively for Delta by Westin Hotels and Resorts,  chef-curated menus, award-winning wines served in Alessi table ware and TUMI amenity kits featuring products by Kiehl’s since 1851 ®..

  • Delta One customers enjoy access to the Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Wing and Clubhouse at London Heathrow plus the Delta Sky Club® in Portland International for premium customers

  • Delta Comfort+®, offering additional legroom and more recline than in the Main Cabin.

  • Complimentary beer, wine and spirits throughout the aircraft, for passengers 21 and older.


5 things not to miss in Portland
  1. Foodie heaven: Portland’s street-food scene is one of the largest and liveliest in North America with more than 500 food carts available at any given time offering cuisine from across the globe. Head to Adler Street, Pioneer Courthouse Square and SW Stark Street, or for an insider’s guide, book a tour.
  2. Stop for a brew: At over 75, Portland has more independent micro-breweries than anywhere in the world – earning the city its nickname, “Beervana” - so there’s plenty to sample. Meanwhile, the rolling hills of the nearby Willamette Valley are home to more than 500 wineries and most famous for producing Pinot Noir.
  3. Explore the great outdoors: Forest Park – the largest wilderness park in the U.S. – is within city limits, stretching for more than seven miles down the west side of the Willamette River. As well as hikes and bike trails, there is a calendar of events throughout the year. Mount Hood, meanwhile, is a mere 90 minutes east of Portland and offers a wide range of recreational activities.
  4. Retail therapy: Washington Square is Oregon’s largest retail outlet, where shops from Macys to H&M are even more enjoyable (and affordable) thanks to Oregon’s tax-free shopping.
  5. Head to the coast: There’s plenty to discover along Oregon’s Pacific coastline from picturesque seaside towns to a surfer’s paradise. Visit Astoria or Depoe Bay and see whales on their annual migrations.
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