Delta Air Lines offer seasonal nonstop flights to John F. Kennedy Airport from 25th May 2013. The airline resumes its services between Vaclav Have Airport of Prague and JFK airport of New York. The flight will operate daily throughout the peak summer season using the Boeing 767-300 aircraft with 209 seats in conjunction with Czech Airlines.
In the words of Perry Cantarutti, Delta’s senior vice president of Europe, Middle East and Africa, The return of summer seasonal flights to New York from Prague offer customers more choice, nonstop conveniences and onward connections to more destinations in the U.S. such as Florid and California. The demand on this route is high, particularly for the premium product, where the customers will see a number of new product and service enhancements including a range of new in-flight amenities.
In the year 2012, Delta carried nearly 100,000 passengers between the Czech Republic and the U.S. on its summer service, with an average load factor of 82% on the route.
Delta Airlines is making a number of significant investments in its products and services to improve its customer’s experience on the ground and in the air. These include Delta’s state-of-art, $1.4bn Terminal 4 at New York -JFK that will open on 24th May. Customers flying on this summer between Prague and New York-JFK will get the benefits from a greatly enhanced airport experience on arrival and departure on the airport. Terminal 4 is one of the largest terminals in North America that offer its travellers a spacious environment with a wide variety of shopping and dining options. For BusinessElite customers, the Delta Sky Club at Terminal 4 features a Sky Deck – an outdoor airport terrace that offers unprecedented views of runway.