Wednesday, December 12, 2012

USA's Delta to Start One More Daily Atlanta-London Service

Flyers seeking an added connection on the popular Atlanta-London route would be delighted to find the same happening as USA’s Delta Air Lines has decided to expand its flights services on the sector. The carrier currently offers two daily flights on route and from March 31, 2013 a third option will be added, resulting in more opportunities for tickets seekers.

Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International and London Heathrow are hugely popular hubs that attract millions of flyers, every year. The carrier’s third daily connection between the large airports will ensure that there are maximum travel opportunities and travellers who are seeking flights tickets are not disappointed.

Additionally, customers who book air travel tickets on the new Atlanta-London service would find themselves enjoying the in-flight Internet access. The carrier’s press release makes it clear that from early 2013, the USA carrier will start establishing Wi-Fi on its fleet of more than 150 international aircraft. Delta will be the first and only operator that would be offering Internet access to tickets holder at 30,000 feet on non-stop flights between the U.K. and the USA.

London-Atlanta flights are huge hits with British passengers as they book tickets on the flights for making onward connections to other cities in the USA, like Orlando, Tampa, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Miami.

In the last few years, Delta has really pushed its Heathrow connections and has gone from no to nine daily nonstop flights to different cities in the USA.

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