Take flight this summer with Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic, Air France and KLM’s joint network   

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Customers traveling across the Atlantic this summer are in for a treat. Joint venture (JV) partners Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic, Air France and KLM have their customers’ business or leisure trip covered with over 375 destinations to choose from. Whether they are departing from the United States or Europe, with our closely aligned schedules, seamless connections, single check-in and premium onboard experiences, there are plenty of benefits to enjoy during the entire journey.

From our three European and nine U.S. hubs we connect people and businesses across the world. This summer we offer even greater choice and flexibility as more destinations and extra flights are added to our flight schedules. Adding on top of that, across all carriers there is greater availability on transatlantic flights of our Premium Economy and Premium Comfort Classes offering more space, privacy and comfort while enjoying premium meal and beverage offerings.  

Together we can get your customers to wherever they need to be at the time that suits them best. Discover what Delta and our JV partners have in store this summer:


Traveling from or via Amsterdam? Delta and KLM offer over 250 weekly departures from Amsterdam to 18 destinations in North America (Canada, the US and Mexico).

This summer, KLM is increasing flight frequencies to Montreal, Toronto and Los Angeles. Offering seven flights a week to Montreal and 14 flights a week to Toronto and Los Angeles.  


With Delta and Air France, customers can choose from more than 380 weekly direct flights when flying from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to North America.2

This summer, more flights are being added to Paris-CDG as Delta is increasing frequencies with a daily flight from Cincinnati, two flights a day to Detroit and three flights a day to Atlanta. Customers can also now choose a daytime departure from New York-JFK to Paris-CDG, providing even more convenience.

Effective 23 May 2024, Air France is adding a new destination to the schedule: Phoenix. Flights to Phoenix will be operated three times a week. Strengthening the North American network, from 13 May 2024, Air France is returning to Minneapolis on 13 May 2024 and continuing Raleigh-Durham from winter to summer with flights to both cities operating daily.  

For those visiting the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, Delta and Air France are offering seven direct flights between New York-JFK and Nice, making it even easier to attend the event and enjoy a week of world-class networking, learning and creativity. 


Delta and Virgin jointly offer over 280 direct flights between the U.S. and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.3

Together, Delta and Virgin now offer ten flights a day from New York to London and three daily flights from Boston. In addition, Delta is increasing flights from Atlanta to London Heathrow to three flights a day while Virgin is increasing flights to Orlando to 14 flights per week from London Heathrow and between 10 to 12 weekly flights from Manchester.  

In addition to flights departing from London, Delta and Virgin provide daily services from New York to both Edinburgh and Manchester, facilitating seamless connections and more choice from across the United Kingdom. Starting 10 May 2024, Delta will operate a direct flight to Edinburgh from Boston and on 24 May 2024 start a direct flight to Edinburgh from Atlanta. On 2 June 2024, Virgin Atlantic will be returning in style on the Manchester – Las Vegas route with their A-350s.  

Most services to New York are operated by Virgin’s youngest fleet of A-350s and A-330Neos, providing customers with an enhanced flying experience.  

Check out the transatlantic network map to see where the JV partners can take you.

  • Air France, KLM, Delta Air Lines, and Virgin Atlantic offer over 375 combined destinations between Europe, United Kingdom, and the United States

  • Together, they offer three European hubs (Amsterdam, Paris-CDG, London-Heathrow) and nine U.S. hubs (Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, New York – La Guardia, New York-JFK, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Seattle, Salt Lake City)

  • 100+ total nonstop transatlantic routes; meaning over 920 weekly transatlantic flights to 30+ North American destinations 

1 Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Calgary, Chicago, Detroit, Edmonton, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Minneapolis, Montreal, New York-JFK, Orlando, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver and Washington D.C. 

2 Atlanta, Boston, Cancun, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, Minneapolis, Montreal, New York-JFK, New York-Newark, Ottawa, Quebec, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver and Washington D.C.

3 Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, Orlando, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa and Washington D.C.

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