Salt Lake City International airport (SLC) has confirmed the return of Delta flights to London Heathrow this summer.
The Utah airport tweeted that the seasonal nonstop service will resume on June 6. Delta last served the SLC-Heathrow route in 2019.
Welcome back nonstop service to London on June 6! pic.twitter.com/dpUzP6iH3C
— SaltLakeCityAirport (@slcairport) March 1, 2022
The route will be operated by an A330-200 aircraft, departing Salt Lake City at 2050 and arriving into Heathrow at 1330 the following day, before returning at 1520 and landing back into the US city at 1850.
Delta operates year-round flights from SLC to Skyteam hubs at Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris CDG, and fellow Skyteam carrier KLM also offers seasonal flights on the SLC-Amsterdam route.
As previously reported, Lufthansa’s newly branded Eurowings Discover subsidiary is set to launch flights between Frankfurt and Salt Lake City this summer.
Lufthansa Group to add seven long-haul routes under ‘Eurowings Discover’ brand
In other news SLC also tweeted this week that Air Canada will resume flights to the airport from Toronto on June 3. The Canadian flag carrier last served Salt Lake City in 2017.
Welcome back Air Canada! Starting June 3, Air Canada begins nonstop service from SLC to Toronto. Air Canada last served the SLC market in October 2017. Air Canada is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. @AirCanada pic.twitter.com/hKJ01APiOF
— SaltLakeCityAirport (@slcairport) February 22, 2022