Delta Airlines launches New York-Munich service three times weekly

Munich Airport
The picture shows Jost Lammers (CEO of Munich Airport) on the left and Matteo Curcio (Delta Airlines Senior Vice President Europe, Middle East, Africa, India) cutting a cream cake at the gate on the occasion of the first flight to New York, which was then distributed to the passengers.

Delta Airlines, one of the world’s largest airlines and one of Munich Airport‘s first customers, is now offering another destination from Munich to the United States. John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) in New York is served on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The high passenger demand for flights to the USA has prompted Delta Airlines to add connections between the Big Apple and Munich effective immediately, in addition to its flights to Atlanta and Detroit. At JFK, Delta Airlines operates a hub in Terminal 4 with connecting flights within the USA and to the Caribbean and South America.

The new flights will be operated with a Boeing 767-300/400, which also offers customers the latest generation of seats. In addition to 156 Economy seats, there are also 22 seats in DeltaOne (Business Class), 20 seats in Premium Economy Class, and 28 seats in ComfortPlus Class, an Economy seating arrangement with more legroom. The DeltaStudios in-flight entertainment program offers passengers one of the most modern in-flight entertainment systems with a personal screen on every seat.

Jost Lammers, CEO of Munich Airport: “We are delighted that Delta Airlines is adding New York as a new destination to its range of flights. This means that three airlines are now taking off from Munich Airport with a total of 24 weekly departures to the two New York airports John F. Kennedy and Newark. This brings Bavaria and the US East Coast even closer together – good news for business travelers, tourism, and private travels.


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