Delta expands service to Europe and China

(By Morgan Durrant, Delta Air Lines)

Delta has scheduled its flagship A350-900 aircraft on one of four daily flights between Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, effective March 31, 2018.

Amsterdam will be the first trans-Atlantic destination for Delta’s A350 aircraft, offering customers an elevated travel experience in every class of service throughout their flight. Delta will also deploy the A350 on Detroit-Shanghai service beginning April 19, 2018.

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Zuidas business district in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Photo: Arden (https://commons.wikimedia.org)

With the addition of Amsterdam, Delta will fly five international routes from Detroit using the A350.

The first aircraft is scheduled to enter service later this month between Detroit and Tokyo-Narita on Oct. 30, with service to Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai starting Nov. 18, Jan. 17 and April 19 respectively.

The aircraft features the award-winning Delta One Suite and an all-new cabin of service in Delta Premium Select, as well as an enhanced Main Cabin. Delta is the North American launch carrier for the A350.

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Shanghai, China
Photo: Mstyslav Chernov (https://commons.wikimedia.org)

“The A350 on one of four daily Delta flights between Detroit and Amsterdam will be a great asset for its enhanced customer experience and the superb operating efficiencies it will bring,” said Dwight James, Delta’s Senior Vice President – Trans-Atlantic.

“Amsterdam is our largest European hub and we’re delighted that Delta customers and those of our joint venture partner, KLM, will be able to enjoy an all-new Delta in-flight experience between Europe and the United States,” he added. (Full Story Here)

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