Delta tends to summer with extended service to popular European destinations

Customers looking to get an early start in planning their summer vacation 2023 will find that Delta is expanding its transatlantic service, with 8% more seats compared to summer 2022. The airline will introduce seven new flights, including a non-stop service to Geneva, Switzerland, for the first time. Since 1993, long distance service from Los Angeles to London – Heathrow and Paris.

“Next summer, Delta will give customers expanded access to popular destinations across the Atlantic, continuing to cement its position as the number one carrier in New York,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s senior vice president of network planning. “With approximately 620 weekly flights and connectivity to 32 destinations in Europe and beyond, customers will have a wealth of popular destinations to explore and an unparalleled journey to enjoy across the pond.”

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To reinforce Delta’s No. 1 domestic position in New York City, the airline will offer its largest-ever transatlantic schedule from JFK next summer by offering more than 220 weekly flights to 26 destinations, including a new daily service to:

  • Geneva begins on April 10 (flying for the first time since 1993).
  • London-Gatwick begins April 10th.
  • Daily service to Berlin resumes on May 25.

In addition, Delta will add a third seasonal flight to Rome starting May 25, operating daily.

JFK is undergoing a $1.5 billion transformation as part of Delta’s $12 billion investment over a decade in US airport infrastructure. The expansion will include the new Delta Sky Club on the concourse in Terminal 4 as well as the Delta One Club, which features a customized level of service that elevates the lounge experience. Once completed in early 2024, all Delta operations will be consolidated into a single terminal, allowing for a more convenient travel experience for customers.


With nearly 800 peak day flights, Delta is Atlanta’s largest international airline, with the hub also serving as the largest global link. Next summer, the airline will add 11 weekly flights to three transatlantic destinations including:

  • Three times a week service to Düsseldorf starting May 9 (restarting the road after the pandemic).
  • Seasonal service five times a week to Edinburgh commencing 25 May (a route not operated since 2007).
  • Three times weekly service resumes to Stuttgart from 26 March.


As LAX’s largest global airline, Delta prides itself on providing Angelenos with unparalleled global access by flying to places like Tahiti. Summer 2023 will build on this excitement by relaunching service for cities that have not been served in years including adding daily service to:

In addition, Delta remains committed to transforming the airport experience at its West Coast hub, with its brand-new T3 facility opening to customers on October 5. This next major infrastructure will feature nine new gates with spacious gated seating areas plus a premium. Franchises and retail offers.

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On April 20, the first phase of the new Delta Sky Way at LAX was officially opened to customers, along with the station’s new and flagship Delta Sky Club. The $2.3 billion joint investment, in partnership with Los Angeles International Airports, is scheduled to be completed next year.

An excellent travel experience during the trip and beyond in 2023

Refurbished fleets of Airbus A330 and Boeing 767-400 aircraft offer a choice of four cabins: Delta One or Delta One Suites, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin on nearly every flight to Europe. Customers can look forward to many new experimental improvements with the Delta Signature Service they love.

Customers traveling through Delta One can enjoy space to stretch out in a flat seat and will have access to premium amenities such as handcrafted amenity kits for someone somewhere, plush bedding made from recycled materials, more pre-flight beverage options, new cocktails, and a chef A three-course meal prep and delicious desserts like your own ice cream sundae.

Delta Premium Select customers can look forward to a spacious seat with more recline, adjustable footrest and leg rest and recently revealed upgrades to their onboard experience. In addition to enhanced meal options, passengers will enjoy service touchpoints such as a Grown Alchemist scented towel, a special ‘Bubble and Meal’ service, and a premium snack basket. Whether passengers want to relax, sleep, work or catch up on the latest in-flight entertainment at Delta Studio, they can plan to arrive at their destination feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

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Customers can also plan beyond the trip with comprehensive vacation experiences tailored to SkyMiles® members by booking through Delta Vacations, Delta’s official vacation provider. Customers can choose from the best destinations, hotels, activities, and more, and can also earn miles and use them for purposes other than their travels.

Travel made easier with improved digital tools and a focus on luxury

The Fly Delta app combines easy-to-use functionality with tools designed to manage each customer’s personal travel itinerary – from check-in and bag-tracking to making itinerary changes and more.

Throughout the customer journey, Delta puts its commitment to luxury into practice. Delta offers individual, health-conscious moments at every step to ensure passengers travel well, including vegetarian meal options featuring impossible foods and in-flight entertainment with Peloton and Spotify.

Ensuring the long-term well-being of customers also means protecting our world. Learn more about how these health-conscious moments and partnerships are part of Delta’s efforts to create a better, more sustainable future.

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