Delta Air Lines will continue to fly its direct route between Copenhagen (CPH) and New York JFK during the winter. With five weekly departures in the winter, getting to and from the “Big Apple” and further to warm US destinations such as Orlando and Los Angeles is made easier.
New York is a popular destination with many experiences and a real big city atmosphere. And now you can fly direct between CPH and New York JFK year-round. After a two-year Corona break, Delta Air Lines flew daily on the route in May, now the American company has decided to continue the route over the winter with five weekly departures until January 8, 2023.
“We are very pleased that Delta Air Lines is maintaining the route between CPH and JFK. New York is one of the Danes’ favorite destinations and a direct route is always attractive. Direct long-haul connections are also important for Copenhagen Airport’s position as one of the leading transport hubs in Northern Europe. I’m sure that having Delta continue its route to JFK over the winter will be beneficial to both tourism and the economy in both countries‘ says Morten Mortensen, Head of Track Development at CPH.
Delta Air Lines is the second largest American airline. Out of New York JFK, Delta Air Lines has a fantastic network throughout North America with daily direct flights to a large number of cities in the United States and the rest of North America.
“Our flight from Copenhagen is still the only direct route to New York-JFK. From there, there are connections to 40 different cities in the United States that passengers can use. On board, you’ll enjoy the full service we offer – from chef’s menus to movies and WiFisaid Nicolas Ferri, vice president of Delta Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.
Delta Air Lines has placed a 216-passenger Boeing 767-300 on the route. The aircraft offers four classes on board: 26 seats in Delta One Business Class, 18 seats in Delta Premium, 21 seats in Delta Comfort+ and the rest in the Main Cabin. Departs Copenhagen at 12:30pm arriving New York, JFK at 4:00pm. The plane departs New York at 9:25 p.m. and lands in Copenhagen at 11:30 a.m. the following day.