Venice Airport, Delta resumes daily connections with New York

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America and Venice are closer. Delta Air Lines resumed its non-stop flights between Marco Polo airport and New York-JFK today, March 11th. The connections will be operated daily using a 216-seat Boeing 767-300.

Not only that: the airline will offer two flights from Venice to Atlanta for the first time, resuming its non-stop connection by March, and adding a second flight to this destination throughout the summer. In all, the company will operate 17 weekly flights between Venice and the United States during the peak summer season and will offer connecting flights to more than 200 cities across North America and beyond.

«This summer Delta offers its passengers an even greater choice of connections between Venice and the United States with the flight to New York and with enhanced operations to Atlanta, the main hub in the world – explains Matteo Curcio, senior vice president for the airline’s Europe, Middle East, Africa and India – One of the most beautiful destinations in the world, Venice is very popular among US travellers, and our connections also represent important business and tourism opportunities for the city and the region, and an unparalleled opportunity for Venetians to discover different destinations across the Americas.”

On Delta flights, passengers will be able to choose between four types: Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin. Delta One passengers can stretch out in fully lie-flat seats and enjoy premium amenities, such as sustainably crafted linens, more beverage options and a chef-crafted four-course seasonal menu. Those flying in Delta Premium Select have more space to relax and unwind, with a wider seat, deeper recline, adjustable footrest and leg rest. There are several entertainment options on board and you can stay connected via Wi-Fi, as well as take advantage of free mobile messaging.

Thanks to a $12 billion Delta investment across multiple airport terminals, the company’s frequent flyers will have new premium lounges at New York’s JFK Airport and other destinations across the United States, including Boston and Los Angeles. Passengers with connecting flights will also benefit from improvements made to Terminal 4 at New York-JFK, which now allows for easier transfers for an additional 60 connecting flights.

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