Delta Air Lines and United Airlines Launched Service to Berlin This Week

by Anthony Losanno

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As intense demand for flights to Europe continues to surge, some of the many new transatlantic routes that both Delta Air Lines and United Airlines announced earlier this year are starting to take flight. This week marked new service to Berlin’s Brandenburg Airport (BER) for both carriers.

Delta 767-300

Delta Air Lines Reconnects NYC to Berlin

Delta Air Lines started seasonal flights from New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) yesterday with a Boeing 767-300ER serving the route. These flights will occur daily with DL92 leaving JFK at 4:40 PM and the return DL93 from BER departing at 10:20 AM. This service is new for Delta and marks its return to Berlin after Tegel Airport (TXL) ceased operations in November 2020.

United 767-400

United Airlines Offers New Route from Washington DC

It’s no coincidence that United Airlines launched its new Berlin flight today. The service connects Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Berlin directly and United is the only carrier to fly this route. These seasonal flights will also operate daily on a 767-400ER with UA234 departing at 5:45 PM and the return UA235 taking off at 11:10 AM. These flights will run until October (United serves Berlin from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) year round). (Photo Credit: Jet Photos.)

Anthony’s Take: Berlin is a great city with tons of history, culture, and innovation (it always seems to be under construction). These new routes will help even more travelers enjoy this German vacation spot.

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