Delta Extends Flight Schedule to Four European Cities

by Anthony Losanno
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As demand for travel continues to be steady, Delta Air Lines is looking to keep the party going by extending some of its seasonal European flights into 2024. These changes include one of its European routes extending through the winter, added frequencies on two other routes, and increasing one route to a full-year service.


Delta’s service from John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Geneva Airport (GVA) will shift from an end date on October 27th to ceasing service on January 7th. Flights will run five times weekly through this period.

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Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) will see service to Dublin Airport (DUB) continue daily through January 8th. It was originally scheduled to change to five times weekly in November. Flights to Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS) will become year-round offerings. The seasonal flights were scheduled to end on January 7th and resume in March. They’ll now operate straight through with availability five times per week before becoming daily flights on March 7th.

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Paris is a huge market for Delta with its close ties to Air France (and the ability to offer connections to tons of smaller cities from there). Delta currently operates 18 weekly flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). Some days see as many as three departures, currently. Two of the three flights are daily, and the third runs four times weekly. The third flight (DL88/89) will become a year-round offering and will run four times weekly from November to March.

Anthony’s Take: Demand is red hot and for Delta to make these changes now shows that demand isn’t cooling into the fall and winter. Revenge travel might not have fully run its course as flights to Europe remain full and service keeps expanding.

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