Travelers looking for a taste of international culture and exotic destinations will be thrilled with the new route offerings from Delta Airlines. Starting October 28th, travelers can fly directly from Los Angeles International Airport to Auckland, New Zealand, allowing them to explore the country from an entirely new angle.
Additionally, the carrier is increasing its transatlantic flights from major airports such as New York and Atlanta, with daily routes from Tel Aviv from April 16, Atlanta to Nice starting May 12, and a third daily route from JFK to Paris. For those wanting to explore Europe, there are four new European routes from New York, including direct flights to Geneva, London-Gatwick, Berlin, and a third daily service to Rome.
Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning recently announced that the airline is on track to restore its network fully by 2023. With over 1,750 weekly flights to 85 destinations around the world this summer, customers are being offered more opportunities to experience the airline’s premium services and elevated hospitality.
Delta also announced the nonstop flight route from Atlanta to Cape Town and LAX to Tahiti, and it has already resumed the service from LAX to Tokyo. Flying to a new Japanese city from a Hawaiian location is also on the list.
In addition to the new routes, Delta has added complimentary Wi-Fi on most of its planes and recently changed its Medallion Status. You can enjoy espresso martinis and the desert cart(recently returned). Whether traveling for business or pleasure, Delta offers the ideal way to get to your destination. So, book your tickets and take off with Delta this summer!