Delta announces comeback in Stuttgart

Boeing 767 (Photo: Delta Air Lines).
Boeing 767 (Photo: Delta Air Lines).

Delta announces comeback in Stuttgart

Boeing 767 (Photo: Delta Air Lines).
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After a long absence, Delta Air Lines plans to return to Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport on March 27, 2023. This means that the only transatlantic connection from Baden-Württemberg will be reactivated.

The US airline wants to connect Stuttgart Airport four times a week to its Atlanta hub from the end of March 2023. Boeing 767 long-haul aircraft are to be used as aircraft.

“Direct flights to the USA have been of enormous importance to the STR for many years. Therefore we are very pleased that Delta is resuming the Stuttgart connection to its major hub Atlanta after the Corona break. This is a real win for the people and the economy in the region and for our American friends,” said Ulrich Heppe, Managing Director of Stuttgart Airport.

The non-stop connection to Atlanta was temporarily suspended shortly after the start of the corona pandemic in 2020. The date for the resumption has been pushed back several times. According to Delta Air Lines, it should be on March 27, 2023.

“Stuttgart Airport has been an important location in our global route network for over 35 years and we look forward to flying from Stuttgart again from the end of March. With our four weekly non-stop flights to Atlanta, we offer leisure, business, and visiting friends and family travelers from Stuttgart an important and necessary flight connection to the East Coast of the United States, as well as seamless connectivity to over dozens of destinations in North America. With our cargo capacities on every flight between Baden-Württemberg and the USA, we also support southern German companies of all types and sizes," says Thomas Brandt, Country Sales Manager Germany, Delta Air Lines.

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