Delta Resuming Seasonal Summer Seasonal Service To Stockholm, Malaga And Dublin

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Delta announced yesterday that three summer seasonal routes are returning for the summer of 2015 – JFK to Stockholm, JFK to Malaga, and Atlanta to Dublin. Screen Shot 2014-12-23 at 10.48.16 AM

JFK to Stockholm (ARN): Flights will begin four times a week on June 5, 2015, and increase to five times a week on June 15, 2015. Delta is using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft with 164 seats on the route.
DL203 departs Stockholm at 3:10 p.m., and arrives in New York-JFK at 5:50 p.m.
DL202 departs New York-JFK at 11:30 p.m., and arrives in Stockholm at 1:40 p.m. (next day)

 JFK to Malaga, Spain (AGP): Flights will begin five times a week on June 4, 2015, and increase to daily service on June 29, 2015. Delta is using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft with 164 seats on the route.
DL215 departs Malaga at 2:25 p.m., and arrives in New York-JFK at 4:55 p.m.
DL214 departs New York-JFK at 11:30 p.m., and arrives in Malaga at 12:55 p.m. (next day)

Delta’s other service to Spain includes year-round service from Madrid to Atlanta and New York-JFK, plus summer services between Barcelona and Atlanta.

ATL to Dublin (DUB): Flights will begin five times a week on March 29, 2015, and increase to daily service from June 1, 2015. Delta is using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft with 225 seats on the route.
DL177 departs Dublin at 11:40 a.m., and arrives in Atlanta at 3:40 p.m.
DL176 departs Atlanta at 9:00 p.m., and arrives in Dublin at 9:55 a.m. (next day)

Delta also reports that its also offering daily flights from Shannon to New York-JFK, bringing the total number of seats between Ireland and the U.S. to 8,700 per week.

Bottom Line:

The return of these routes is good news for the popular summer travel season to Europe, and these routes join other popular Delta non-stop summer service from JFK to Istanbul, JFK to Pisa and JFK to Athens.


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  1. I’ve been on ARN-JFK and JFK-ARN several times over the years. It’s a lousy flight, even in business-elite (or Delta One, as it’s called now). For starters, the departing flight from J.F.K. is way too late. Nobody wants any food. So the FAs don’t really care about providing any service to the one or two people in the forward cabin to actually want service. Plus, the aircraft is an old Delta transcontinental plane with ancient recliner seats despite the fact that business-elite fares were regularly $4,000 and up last year. On the return flight from ARN, the service is better because it’s a daytime flight, but I encountered catering issues in ARN. Plus, Delta uses a third party contractor at ARN, so boarding is a mess as is check-in. They don’t get the whole Sky Priority-thing, let alone business-elite.

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