Delta is celebrating a comeback in Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Berlin this summer

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Delta is celebrating a comeback in Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Berlin this summer

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The US carrier is returning to Berlin, Düsseldorf and Stuttgart next summer. This means that up to seven daily flights between Germany and the USA are on offer.

The airline intends to resume daily flights from New York-JFK to Berlin starting May 25. The airline has also announced that it will resume the connection between Atlanta and Düsseldorf (three times a week) from May 9th and will also fly to Stuttgart three times a week from Atlanta from March 26th.

"Delta has been serving Germany for more than 40 years - the country is an important market for us and expanding our network to five cities is a priority," said Nicolas Ferri, Delta vice president Europe, Middle East, Africa and India. "With up to 50 flights a week next summer, we're making it more convenient for customers across the country to travel to the United States for business appointments."

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