Delta Returns to London Gatwick From New York-JFK
There will be more flights between USA and London as Delta Air Lines is returning to London Gatwick from New York-JFK with daily flights. Delta is returning to London Gatwick after 15 years absence and the return of the airline’s service coincides with its 45th anniversary of serving the UK-US market.
With daily flights, customers will enjoy convenient connections to destinations across North America via Delta’s New York-JFK hub. Exciting cities including New Orleans, Nashville and Miami are waiting to be discovered, while customers can connect to California’s breath-taking beaches in Los Angeles and San Diego and world-class wine region near San Francisco.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy one-stop service to Salt Lake City and Seattle, from where some of America’s most famous national parks are within easy reach for hiking, biking, and rafting.
And it’s not only travellers flying from London Gatwick who will benefit from more nonstop flights to the United States. Delta’s schedule is good news for the British economy, offering more opportunities for tourists to visit popular destinations such as London, Brighton, Cambridge – all within easy, direct, and quick reach of Gatwick by train - and beyond in what is an exciting year ahead given the King’s upcoming coronation.
A SEAT FOR EVERY TRAVEL STYLE
There’s an upgraded travel experience waiting for Delta customers when flying from London, with recently refurbished Boeing 767-300 aircraft featuring Delta cabin experiences to suit our customers’ needs. From the luxury of a fully flat-bed seat in Delta One to Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin, customers will find an elevated onboard experience on board.
Customers in every cabin enjoy seat-back screens featuring hours of complimentary premium entertainment via Delta Studio, in-seat power, high-speed Wi-Fi (for purchase, with free Wi-Fi coming by the end of 2024) and free mobile messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.
All flights between UK and the US will be operated in cooperation with Delta's joint venture partners Virgin Atlantic, Air France, and KLM.