MUC: Delta resumes service to Detroit

Airbus A220-300 (Photo: Airbus).
Airbus A220-300 (Photo: Airbus).

MUC: Delta resumes service to Detroit

Airbus A220-300 (Photo: Airbus).
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The US carrier will again be offering a non-stop connection from Munich to Detroit from May 6th. The airline is thus supplementing the existing connection between Munich and Atlanta. 

Delta's Munich to Detroit flights will be operated on Airbus A330-200 aircraft, while the Munich to Atlanta route will be operated on Airbus Boeing 767-400 aircraft.

"Connections between Germany and the US are very good and we are seeing strong demand for our flights as our customers return to travel," said Nicolas Ferri, Delta's vice president for Europe, Middle East, Africa and India. “Delta offers something for all customers flying to or from Germany with our non-stop service, which brings new products and experiences onboard, and we look forward to contributing to the continued recovery of the country's economy and tourism industry .”

Delta's flights between Munich and Detroit:

  • Departs Munich at 10:25 a.m. – arrives in Detroit at 13:50 p.m 
  • Departs Detroit at 18:00 p.m. – arrives in Munich at 08:20 a.m. (next day)

Delta's flights between Munich and Atlanta:

  • Departs Munich at 11:20 a.m. – arrives in Atlanta at 15:45 p.m 
  • Departs Atlanta at 17:50 p.m. – arrives in Munich at 9:00 a.m. (next day)

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