Delta Flights Between New York & Venice: What You Need to Know

Delta Flights Between New York & Venice: What You Need to Know
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James Field - Editor in Chief 4 Min Read
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Delta Air Lines (DL/DAL) has this week announced the restart of flights between New York and Venice in Italy.

The American carrier is ramping up operations ahead of what is going to be a busy Summer 2024 period internationally.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The New York-Venice Flights with DL…


Delta Flights Between New York & Venice: What You Need to Know
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The restart in flights between New York and Venice with Delta Air Lines will operate on a daily basis.

Such flights will be operated using their Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, which offer 216 seats in a three-class setup.

DL288 will depart from JFK at 2055 local time and arrive into Venice at 1015 local time the next morning.

DL289, the return flight, will then depart at 1215 local time and arrive into New York JFK at 1705 local time.

However, it isn’t just New York JFK that will be serving flights to Venice as we will come to explore next.

Not Just JFK That Benefits from This…


Delta Flights Between New York & Venice: What You Need to Know
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On top of the restart in flights between New York and Venice, Atlanta will be joining in on the Italian fun.

From ATL, Delta Air Lines will offer two flights, resuming it’s nonstop service later this month.

Moreover, a second Summer service will be added later on.

This means, in total, DL will operate around 17 flights per week between Venice and the United States.

Matteo Curcio, Delta’s Senior Vice President for Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India had this to say on the news:

“This summer Delta is offering customers increased choice of flying between Venice and the U.S. with our New York service and enhanced Atlanta services, the world’s leading hub”.

“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.” 

Adding to this was Camillo Bozzolo, Aviation Development Director of the SAVE Group:

“The resumption of Delta Air Lines connections to the hubs of New York and Atlanta confirms the constant growth of flows between Venice and North America.”

“With over one million passengers in the last year have largely exceeded the volumes of 2019.”

“The increase to 10 weekly frequencies on the Venice-Atlanta route will further expand the offer of destinations in connection with North, Central and South America”.

Overall…


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In conclusion, Venice will be well covered by Delta Air Lines from the eastern parts of the United States.

Flights from New York and Venice will be freely available, with significant capacity on offer.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how these flights perform over the Summer 2024, as well as whether there is scope to expand further.

But for now, let’s see how things go, as we enter what is expected to be the busiest Summer yet.

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