77 routes, 32 destinations: Delta’s largest-ever trans-Atlantic schedule takes flight   


Delta's largest trans-Atlantic schedule ever is officially in full operation, and customers are flocking to idyllic locations like the golden beaches of France's enchanting Cote d'Azur, sun-soaked Mediterranean islands and other vibrant cities brimming with history.

Customers traveling on Delta can take advantage of more than 650 weekly flights across the pond in peak summer, a remarkable 30% increase in the airline’s seat capacity compared to 2022. The line-up features 77 total routes to 32 destinations across Europe and beyond, including many places where Delta operates as the largest U.S. carrier during peak summer: Italy, Iceland, France and Greece. In the past three months alone, the airline has launched or restarted 31 of these routes, most originating from key Delta hubs in Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles and New York-JFK.

Geneva route launch celebration

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

Delta One customers can stretch out in a lie-flat seat and enjoy premium amenities like artisan-made Someone Somewhere amenity kits, plush bedding made from recycled materials, more beverage options before take-off, a chef-curated four-course meal and decadent desserts like a build-your-own ice cream sundae.

Meanwhile, customers flying in Delta Premium Select will have more space to relax and stretch out, with a wider seat, deeper recline and an adjustable footrest and leg rest along with an elevated dining experience, premium hand-crafted amenities and dedicated service touchpoints to further elevate their journey.

Customers in every cabin enjoy seat-back screens featuring hours of complimentary premium entertainment via Delta Studio, in-seat power, high-speed Wi-Fi for purchase (with free Wi-Fi coming to Delta’s global fleet by the end of 2024), and free mobile messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.

As Memorial Day weekend set the stage for Delta’s operational excellence during the bustling summer season, the airline is committed to delivering a travel experience customers can rely on.

The Fly Delta app is further simplifying customers’ journey and giving them the flexibility to manage their travel plans with ease, from a redesigned SkyMiles account page to real-time Delta Sky Club occupancy tracking and more. 

For more information about Delta’s trans-Atlantic schedule and to book your flights, please visit our website: delta.com.

Delta’s full list of trans-Atlantic routes that have launched or restarted between March and June 2023 include: 

  • Atlanta-Athens
  • Atlanta-Barcelona
  • Atlanta-Dublin
  • Atlanta-Madrid
  • Atlanta-Milan
  • Atlanta-Stuttgart
  • Atlanta-Tel Aviv
  • Boston-Rome
  • Boston-Tel Aviv
  • Los Angeles-London Heathrow
  • New York-Athens
  • New York-JFK-Nice
  • New York-JFK-Reykjavík
  • New York-Stockholm
  • New York-JFK-Venice
  • Detroit-Munich
  • New York-JFK-Copenhagen
  • New York-JFK-Geneva
  • New York-JFK-London Gatwick
  • Atlanta-Düsseldorf
  • Atlanta-Edinburgh
  • Atlanta-Nice
  • Atlanta-Venice
  • Boston-Athens
  • Boston-Edinburgh
  • Boston-Lisbon
  • Detroit- Reykjavík
  • Los Angeles-Paris
  • New York-JFK-Berlin
  • New York-JFK-Prague
  • Detroit-Rome
  • Minneapolis St. Paul-Reykjavík
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