Delta Air Lines Restarts Service Between New York and Venice

by Anthony Losanno
Delta Venice

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Delta Air Lines announced today that it’s restarting service between New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE). With this new addition, Delta will offer 17x weekly flights to connect the US and Venice.

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Daily, nonstop flights from New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) are live on a Boeing 767-300 with 21 Delta One®, 18 Premium Select, 29 Delta Comfort+, and 148 Main Cabin seats. Additionally, Delta will offer 2x daily flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) for the first time. These will also be flown with a Boeing 767-300.

Matteo Curcio, Delta’s Senior Vice President for Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India, said:

As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice is hugely popular with U.S. travelers, and our flights bring valuable tourism and trade opportunities to the city and the region as well as unrivalled opportunities for Venetians looking to explore destinations across the Americas. We’re glad to offer customers increased choice this summer with flights from New York and additional service from Atlanta.”

Service to Venice is only one of the Italian cities that Delta is flying to this summer. The Atlanta-based carrier will also offer flights to Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), Naples-Capodichino International Airport (NAP), and Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO).

Anthony’s Take: Venice is an incredible city and one I have visited many times. Sure, it can be touristy but if you get away from the crowds there is a lot to see as you walk through the narrow streets and over canals throughout the city.

(Image Credits: Dan Novac and Delta Air Lines.)

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