Delta is to add two new services between the US and Europe next summer, as well as resuming flights between New York and Berlin.
The carrier will launch a new daily seasonal service between Boston and Dublin on May 25, 2017, using 164-seat B757-200 aircraft. Flight DL154 will depart Boston at 2110, landing in Dublin at 0830 the following day, with the return leg DL155 leaving the Irish capital at 1015 and landing back into the US at 1241.
The airline already offers flights from New York JFK and Atlanta to Dublin.
Delta’s new seasonal New York JFK-Lisbon will also launch on May 25 with B757-200 aircraft. Flight DL473 will depart JFK at 2143, arriving into Lisbon at 1000 the following day, with the return leg leaving the Portuguese capital at 1135 and landing back into the Big Apple at 1419.
Finally the carrier is to resume flights between New York JFK and Berlin, using a 225-seat B767-300. DL422 will depart JFK at 1949, landing into the German capital at 1030 the following day, with the return leg leaving Berlin at 1330 and arriving back into the US at 1619.
Commenting on the new services Henry Kuykendall, Delta’s vice president-New York said:
“We are pleased to offer nonstop service from New York to both Lisbon and Berlin for the summer 2017 season, enabling Americans to enjoy two popular European destinations during some of the busiest travel months.
“Both cities have seen an increase in US visitor numbers over the past several years, and Delta is pleased to help contribute to this growth through greater connectivity at JFK.”