Delta expands non-stop service to Venice this summer: What you need to know

by Alice

Delta Air Lines is expanding its nonstop service to Venice this summer, unveiling a robust schedule aimed at facilitating travel to Italy as demand rises for European destinations.

Beginning at the end of this month, Delta will recommence nonstop flights between its New York-JFK hub and Venice Marco Polo Airport, utilizing a Boeing 767-300 aircraft equipped with Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+, and Main Cabin seating options. The airline’s recent announcement outlined plans for daily operations on this seasonal route until the end of October, after which it will transition to a schedule of five flights per week.


Moreover, Delta is set to introduce two daily flights connecting its primary hub in Atlanta to Venice, providing American travelers with increased accessibility to the renowned City of Canals. These newly established routes are available for booking through Delta’s website, contributing to a total of 17 weekly flights between the United States and Venice for the upcoming summer season.


Matteo Curcio, Delta’s Senior Vice President for Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India, emphasized the significance of Venice as a favored destination among U.S. travelers. He stated, “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 unrivaled opportunities for Venetians looking to explore destinations across the Americas.”


Delta’s latest move aligns with its ambitious transatlantic plans for Summer 2024, with a notable focus on Italy. The airline is set to operate nonstop services to four Italian cities: Milan, Naples, Rome, and Venice. Leveraging its partnerships with European allies Air France and Virgin Atlantic, Delta aims to facilitate seamless travel experiences by enabling codeshare options that connect travelers from numerous global destinations to Italy.

For passengers flying in premium cabins, Delta promises an enhanced airport experience with the imminent opening of its newest lounge at New York-JFK’s Terminal 4. Spanning nearly 40,000 square feet, the lounge will feature a year-round outdoor terrace and a chef’s kitchen, among other premium amenities, elevating the overall travel experience for passengers.



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