Even more choice to Europe from the U.S.   

Customers are looking for trans-Atlantic adventures and corporate travel schedules are ramping up. Whether they are flying for business or leisure, joint venture (JV) partners, 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. U.K. and Europe.              

This summer, with more than 100 daily departures to the airlines’ hubs in Amsterdam, Paris and London, new nonstops and more connectivity via their U.S. gateways, there has never been more choice from North America. Here’s what’s in store: 


With 27 daily nonstop departures from 14 U.S. gateways operated by Delta and KLM, Amsterdam is the partners’ busiest European hub. Customers can fly nonstop to Amsterdam from Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Seattle. Plus, enjoy direct access to more than 100 destinations beyond Amsterdam on KLM.


Together, Delta and Air France offer 40 nonstop daily flights from the U.S. to Paris-CDG, including a recently launched flight from Newark-Liberty International Airport (EWR) - a new option from the Tri-State Area that complements an already comprehensive New York schedule. This month, Delta also launched a new nonstop from Los Angeles to Paris, while resuming its popular nonstop flight from New York-JFK to Nice plus adding a new flight departing from Atlanta.  

Additional nonstop daily flights to Paris-CDG on Delta and Air France aircrafts are available out of Delta’s eight U.S. hubs (Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, Salt Lake City and Seattle) as well as out of strategic markets including Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Miami, New York-Newark, Raleigh-Durham, San Francisco and Washington D.C.


This summer, there is even more choice to London Heathrow from the West Coast with Delta’s new Los Angeles nonstop flight. Delta also returned to London Gatwick after 15 years from New York-JFK as well as launched new and returning service between Atlanta to Edinburgh and Boston, respectively. Additionally, Virgin Atlantic offers flights back to the UK from Miami and Orlando, and a recently launched direct flight from Tampa. 

Customers can fly to London Heathrow from Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angels, Miami, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, Orlando, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa and Washington D.C. 

Whichever airline customers choose to fly, they’ll be looked after at every step of their journey. Co-located departures at major U.S. hubs and arrivals in Amsterdam, Paris and London make connecting a breeze. Plus, a choice of cabins on board offers something to suit every budget, including premium economy for customers wanting to treat themselves on their travels.   

Check out the network map to see where our airlines can take you and your customers this summer.  

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