USA’s Delta Air Lines will offer an additional daily flight service on the Atlanta-London sector from March 31, 2013. Currently, the airline offers travel tickets on two daily flights on the popular route.
USA’s Delta Air Lines Increases London Heathrow-Atlanta Flights
Delta Air Lines, a USA-based airline, is augmenting its daily flights services between Atlantaand London. The carrier already offers tickets options on two flights for the route and would be adding third daily flight from March 31, 2013. BothAtlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International and London Heathrow are extremely busy airports that witness massive movement of passengers and aircraft. Another connection between the two large airports would ensure maximized travel opportunities and easy availability of tickets for flyers.
Customers booking tickets on the carrier’s new Atlanta-London service will also be able to enjoy the in-flight Internet access. From early 2013, the USA carrier would initiate setting up Wi-Fi on its fleet of more than 150 international aircraft. Patrons of the operator who prefer booking tickets with the airline would be delighted to know that Delta will be the first and only carrier providing online access at 30,000 feet on non-stop flights between the U.K. and the USA.
Perry Cantarutti, Delta’s Senior Vice President Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is quoted in company’s press release: “In just five years, we will have gone from no Heathrow flights to nine daily nonstop services to fiveU.S.cities. We are also responding to customer demand for more comfort and convenience and the roll-out of our in-flight Wi-Fi from the UK means business customers in particular can stay connected throughout their journey or simply relax and enjoy a full flat-bed seat.”
Tickets on London-Atlanta flights are often sought by British passengers who use it to make onward journeys to destinations like Orlando, Tampa, Las Vegas, Jacksonville, Los Angelesand Miami in the USA.