Delta Air Lines said today that it would be adding new and returning European routes and destinations in 2022. There are a total of 27 flights each day between the airline’s hub in the United Kingdom and 20 European destinations.
The summer schedule includes new flights between Salt Lake City and London-Heathrow, which will begin operating on May 14, as well as flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Stockholm, which will begin operating on June 1.
Some of the daily flights that will resume operation from John F. Kennedy International Airport include flights to the following European destinations: Zurich, Brussels, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, and Prague, among others.
Delta will operate up to nine daily flights from Boston Logan International Airport to nine trans-Atlantic locations, according to the airline. It is anticipated that Atlanta would have up to 17 daily nonstop flights to 14 trans-Atlantic destinations, while Detroit and Minneapolis will have up to 14 daily nonstop flights to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, and Reykjavik.
Seattle will also provide twice-daily service to Amsterdam, as well as once-daily service to London and Paris, for passengers on the West Coast. As of today, Salt Lake City will have daily flights to the respective trans-Atlantic hubs, and Portland will have daily flights from Portland to Amsterdam.
This revelation was accompanied by a statement that the airlines’ premium cabin seat selections would be expanded as a result of the announcement. Travelers on virtually every European route will benefit from better service on newly refurbished Airbus A330 and Boeing 767-300 aircraft, according to the airline.
Furthermore, the airline just began serving plant-based meals on its flights, which passengers may have while in flight.