Delta, in cooperation with joint venture partner
Air France-KLM, has unveiled plans to launch flights between
Indianapolis and Paris-Charles de Gaulle on 24 May 2018.
Delta will operate the flights with Boeing
767-300ER aircraft equipped with 25 fully lie-flat seats in Delta
One, 29 seats Delta Comfort+ and 171 seats in the main cabin.
Every seat on the aircraft has access to Wi-Fi, free
personal in-flight seatback entertainment screens as well as power
ports. Complimentary meals and beverages are provided in
all cabins of service.
"Indiana's pro-business reputation continues to
grow and spread around the globe, and that's why securing a direct
trans-Atlantic flight is so important," Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb
said. "This flight is a big win for our state's business community
and for Hoosier travelers. I cannot wait to see that first Delta
flight take off for Europe in just a few short months."
Flight DL500 is scheduled to depart
Indianapolis (IND) at 18:20 and land in Paris (CDG) at 08:45 the next
day. The return flight, DL501, will leave Paris at 13:15 to land
in Indianapolis at 16:35.
Delta's Indianapolis-Paris service will be
available for sale beginning 23 September.
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