The FINANCIAL - Delta Boosts Connectivity from Copenhagen to the Big Apple and Beyond

Delta Boosts Connectivity from Copenhagen to the Big Apple and Beyond

Delta Boosts Connectivity from Copenhagen to the Big Apple and Beyond

The FINANCIAL -- Delta Air Lines will be offering customers flying from Copenhagen International Airport smoother connections to a number of U.S. destinations this summer via its hub in the newly extended Terminal 4 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

The daily nonstop flight, operated in conjunction with joint venture partner Air France-KLM, will restart June 3, 2015, using a 167-seat Boeing 757-200 aircraft.  Customers connecting to destinations including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Orlando will benefit from same-terminal transfers thanks to the new $175 million extension of Delta’s Terminal 4 at New York-JFK, according to Delta Air Lines.

“This summer we will offer almost 2,300 weekly seats between Copenhagen and New York and around 40% of these passengers will have onward connections to other U.S. cities,” said Perry Cantarutti, Delta’s senior vice president Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Copenhagen is a popular destination for U.S. tourists, particularly cruise passengers, and by improving transfers at JFK we’ve made it easier for more visitors to fly to this wonderful city.”

 

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