Good news for travelers, Delta airlines is adding plenty of new non-stop flights to Europe from numerous American cities. Imagine the joy of transatlantic travel without irritating layovers.

“As the primary business market on the transatlantic, demand continues to increase for more non-stop flights from New York to European destinations,” said Gail Grimmett, Delta’s Senior Vice President.

New flights will depart from Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta; among several others.

Los Angeles to Paris and Amsterdam
Beginning on June 16, 2018, direct flights will be available from Los Angeles to Paris and Amsterdam. Travelers will then be able to use Delta’s partner, Air France-KLM to connect to over 100 locations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India.

New York to the Azores and Lagos
As of May 24, 2018, travelers leaving out of JFK airport will have the option to hop on the new seasonal flight to the Azores. Around the same time, Delta also plans to launch year-round flights to Lago, Nigeria.

Atlanta to Lisbon
From May 24, 2018 to September 4, 2018 Delta will have a new daily service to the Portuguese city. Lisbon has become one of the world’s trendiest areas to visit.

Detroit to Paris
A third daily flight to Paris will be available for travelers leaving out of Detroit starting May 16, 2018. This will be an inclusion to the service currently in place between Delta and Air France.

Orlando to Amsterdam and Indianapolis to Paris
Flights from Orlando to Amsterdam will begin on March 30, 2018 while flights from Indianapolis to Paris will start May 24, 2018. The flights will be offered year-round.

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