Delta Airlines flies to 27 destinations in the European regions by serving 15 countries. Some popular locations include Stockholm, Sweden, Brussels, Belgium, Copenhagen, Denmark, Edinburgh, Scotland, Rome, Italy, Dublin, Ireland, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Paris-De Gaulle, France, Madrid, Spain, Reykjavik, Iceland, etc. Delta operates flights from its international hubs such as Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, London’s Heathrow Airport, and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. It is not a European airline, however, the airline strictly follows the country’s laws when operating flights from European airports. This implies that passengers flying from European airports are protected by EC 261.
Delta Airlines connects passengers to beautiful destinations in Europe. Not only that, the airline has recently added more locations to its route network. Delta Airlines has expanded and rescheduled its services in some of the selected European routes.
Passengers can book Delta flights from the official website to explore the beauty and historical charm of Europe. The airline is now offering new and resumed flights to locations such as London-Heathrow, Paris, Geneva, Stuttgart, and Berlin. These flights are operated from the JFK (New York). While some destinations have been terminated and suspended temporarily. Check the complete list of European destinations where Delta flies:
|Name of the Airport
|Berlin Brandenburg Airport
|Stockholm Arlanda Airport
|Nice Côte d’Azur Airport
|Charles de Gaulle Airport
|Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
|Athens International Airport
|Milan Malpensa Airport
|Naples International Airport
|Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport
|Venice Marco Polo Airport
|Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport
|Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport
|Keflavík International Airport
|Shannon Airport (starts in 2024)
|Václav Havel Airport Prague
Delta Airlines also offers non-stop flights to Europe. These flights are operated from its major hubs like John F. Kennedy International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport.
Delta Airlines flies direct flights from NYC. It has added a few routes to its flight schedule from New York’s JFK. The nonstop flights are commencing on May 23, 2024, to Naples, Ireland, and Shannon. Three times weekly flights to Munich will commence from April 9, 2024.
Delta with LAX airport flies to over 60 destinations. From October 28, 2023, Delta is expanding its flight schedule at Los Angeles International Airport. Flights to Auckland and New Zealand will be increased. The addition of flights will also increase routes to Sydney and Australia starting in December. These flights will be operated twice a day. Not only that, flights to Shanghai-Pudong International Airport have been resumed this May.
Delta has started offering 4 times weekly flights from ATL to Zurich, Switzerland. This is an addition to the ATL flight schedule of 180 weekly flights to many destinations in Europe. The airport offers services to Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Certain European routes have been rescheduled by Atlanta-based Delta Airlines for the year 2023-24. Earlier, the route from JFK International Airport, NYC to Geneva Airport was decided to be terminated by October. However, it has now been reschedule to run until January 7. It is also said to increase its Boston to Dublin seasonal flights through the end of this year. Also, there will be added services to the Delta Europe Flights from Atlanta to Paris. In addition, flights from Lisbon to Boston are increased year-round.
Delta Airlines is planning to add more flights to its European route network. These will be nonstop flights operating from JFK to Munich and Germany. Weekly flights between Atlanta, Paris and Venice have been increased to three times a week. In addition, flights between Atlanta and Zyurich will be increased four times weekly from JFK airport on May 23, 2024. Similarly, flights will be increased to Naples, Italy, Shannon, and Ireland.