Delta Airlines is restarting its Manchester – New York JFK service on 2nd May 2010.
The daily flight will be back on 2nd May 2010, in time for additional capacity for the busy May half term and summer holidays.
“Manchester’s a very important market for Delta,” commented Armin Venencie, Delta’s UK and Ireland sales director.
“We are committed to this city and will be operating two daily services when our passengers tell us they most want it – during the busy holiday periods. We continue to offer more onward destinations via Atlanta and New York JFK than any other airline from Manchester and we’re delighted we’ll be taking our passengers where they want to go, when they want to go.”
For Delta Airlines this year marked 18 years’ of nonstop Manchester-Atlanta service. Today, Delta flies daily from Manchester to Atlanta and New York’s JFK airport and in the last year has transported around 235,000 passengers from the Northwest of England to the United States.
Delta’s services to Atlanta and New York JFK offer passengers travelling from Manchester access to hundreds of onward destinations in the US and beyond. Top destinations for customers include: Orlando, Tampa, Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Source: Delta Airlines