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Fri, 25 September 2015

Delta to Increase Flights to Tel Aviv

Delta Air Lines has confirmed that it will add four weekly year-round flights between its New York-JFK hub and Tel Aviv beginning 26 May 2016.

 The additional flights will complement Delta's existing daily service to Tel Aviv for a total of 11 weekly flights between the two cities and third largest trans-Atlantic market.

 Delta will operate the added flights with a 291-seat, Boeing 777-200ER, which is Wi-Fi equipped so customers can stay connected at 30,000 feet.

"From next summer, Delta will offer more than 2,300 extra seats between Tel Aviv and New York, one of our largest trans-Atlantic markets, responding to customer demand for increased nonstop service," said Nat Pieper, Delta's Senior Vice President Europe, Middle East and Africa. "With 11 weekly services between the two cities and a choice of departure times, we are offering customers greater flexibility when it comes to planning their travel both to New York and throughout the U.S."

Delta's Tel Aviv flights feature full flat-bed seats with direct aisle access and a range of regionally inspired dining options in the Delta One cabin, with Westin Heavenly Inflight Bedding and Tumi amenity kits.

Customers flying in Delta Comfort+ benefit from up to four additional inches of legroom and 50% more recline than in Main Cabin seats, as well as priority boarding.

 Throughout the aircraft, all passengers have access to on-demand inflight entertainment and Wi-Fi.

 The new Tel Aviv flights will be available for sale beginning Saturday, 26 September 2015.

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