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Sterling Travel : News : Delta and Virgin reveal new transatlantic schedule

Delta and Virgin reveal new transatlantic schedule

 2 Jun 2014

Virgin Atlantic and Delta

Delta Airlines and Virgin Atlantic will transfer operations for non-stop flights connecting London Heathrow to Atlanta and Los Angeles Airport this winter.

From 26 October, Delta will operate one of two daily Heathrow to Los Angeles flights currently operated by Virgin Atlantic. This will be Delta's first non-stop flight between the two cities and its seventh direct service between London and the US.

On the same date, Virgin will begin operating one of Delta's three daily flights between London Heathrow and Atlanta.

Virgin Atlantic will have its first-ever access to Delta’s Atlanta hub, providing their customers with access to connect to points throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.

Virgin Atlantic will now be able to offer over 100 additional international and domestic connections to its customers. This brings the total number of onward connections available through this partnership to over 200.

Virgin Atlantic’s LHR-ATL service will operate on the following schedule:

Flight No Routing Departs Arrive Aircraft Type
VS103 LHR-ATL 09:25 14:20 A330-300
VS104 ATL-LHR 17:30 06:35 +1 A330-300

Delta’s LHR-LAX flights will operate as follows:

Flight No Routing Departs Arrive Aircraft Type
DL035 LHR-LAX 15:00 20:31 B767-300 ER
DL034 LAX-LHR 21:21 15:25 +1 B767-300 ER

Combined, the two airlines operate a total of 32 peak daily non-stop flights between North America and the UK of which 24 flights operate between London Heathrow and popular US destinations.

Virgin Atlantic will continue to operate two daily services to Los Angeles and Delta will continue to fly three daily services to Atlanta, until 26 October 2014.

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