Delta to Add More Flights to Europe for Summer 2018

Paris - IakovKalinin/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images
Photo by IakovKalinin/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Delta has announced the addition of more nonstop flights from Los Angeles, New York-JFK, Atlanta, and Detroit to top European destinations. Beginning summer 2018, Delta will add seasonal as well as new year-round service to the following flights in their trans-Atlantic schedule. 

From New York-JFK

Delta’s largest transatlantic gateway will increase service next year with seasonal flights to Ponta Delgada-Azores, Portugal beginning May 24. Year-round service to Lagos, Nigeria will begin March 24. Additionally, Delta will offer an upgraded flight on New York-JFK to London-LHR with the new A330 service. 

Los Angeles

Beginning June 16, nonstop service will be added from the LA hub to Paris and Amsterdam. Thanks to this service, more than 100 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India will be accessible via easy connections on Delta’s joint venture partners Air France and KLM.


Like this story? Subscribe to Daily News & Deals!

Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter.


Daily service to Lisbon, Portugal will fly from the hub May 24 through September 4. Atlanta serves as a connection to over 150 destinations in the US.


Delta’s third daily round-trip between Detroit and Paris will begin May 16 in addition to Delta’s and Air France’s existing service. The new flight will provide additional connections in Paris to over 100 destinations in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.

Orlando and Indianapolis

Announced earlier this year, year-round service from Orlando to Amsterdam will begin March 30 and from Indianapolis to Paris May 24. This will allow for easy connections from the two European cities. 

Related Stories

Delta Launches New Gate and Boarding Experience in Atlanta

First-Class Fun or Aviation Disaster? Our Take on Icelandair’s In-Flight Theatre

New Flights in Europe