The US Delta Air Lines is offering non-stop flights between Geneva and New York-JFK for the first time since 1993. The carrier plans to start this route on April 10, 2023. You will be in direct competition with Swiss.
It is currently planned that this route will be served daily. Boeing 767-400 long-haul aircraft are to be used as aircraft. The comeback in Geneva is quite surprising, because on this route you not only have an established competitor with Swiss, but Delta last headed for the Swiss city from New York in 1993. At that time you had the now defunct Swissair as a codeshare partner.
Revivals also announced in Germany
Delta Air Lines also wants to fly to Berlin-Brandenburg again from JFK. The company assumes that from May 25, 2023, daily Boeing 767-300 flights will resume between the two metropolises. With Düsseldorf and Stuttgart, the focus is also on two other German destinations that have been idle for a long time.
According to the current planning status, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg is to be served from Atlanta with a Boeing 26-2023 from March 767, 300. The flights in the direction of Stuttgart are planned for the traffic days Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. It is scheduled to go to Atlanta on the following days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Delta Air Lines also wants to fly to Düsseldorf again from Atlanta. The resumption is currently announced for May 9, 2023. The Boeing 767-300 will fly from the USA to the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The reverse direction will be served as follows: Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.