Delta Restarting And Adding Summer Service To Italy

Our site may contain affiliate links. Read Advertiser Disclosure policy here.

Delta says its restarting summer service and adding frequencies throughout May and June to four cities in Italy – Rome, Milan, Pisa and Venice – from Delta hubs in New York, Atlanta and Detroit.Screen Shot 2015-04-30 at 8.05.29 AMRome

  • Restarting seasonal service to Detroit Metropolitan-Wayne County Airport on May 2, 2015
  • Adding a second flight to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on May 23, 2015


  • Restarting a daily nonstop flight between Venice Marco Polo Airport and Atlanta on June 2, 2015
  • This flight is in addition existing daily New York-JFK service that was restarted at the end of March so Delta will operate two daily flights to the U.S. from Venice during the summer


  • Operating nonstop service between Pisa and New York-JFK six times weekly on June 16, 2015


  • Adding a daily flight to Atlanta, starting on June 17, 2015, in addition to Delta’s existing daily service to New York-JFK

Bottom Line:

Delta says it’s responding to a higher demand for travel to and from Italy during the peak summer travel period from May to October. Delta is going to operate these routes with a mix of 767-300s, 767-400s and 757-200s, putting an impressive 30,092 weekly seats between Italy and the USA.


Editorial Note: Opinions, analyses, reviews or suggestions expressed on this site are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed.

About Points, Miles & Martinis

Here at Points, Miles and Martinis, we love all things travel. We focus on topics relating to travel including destinations, airline, hotel, car rental and credit card reward programs. Our goal is to help people travel better. - See more at our About Us page.

Sign up for Email || Twitter || Facebook |Tips & Tricks
Hotel Offers || Airline Offers || Bank Offers || Cash Back Offers


  1. The extra flights are nice, but awards on Delta’s calendar show one ways at over 100k in coach. Silly to have hoped for better, but you’d think increased capacity would mean at least a few low priced award seats. Ain’t Skymiles grand? I suppose we’ll find out tonight with the awards.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *