Delta Air Lines to launch Non-Stop Flights between Salt Lake City and Paris, France

Travel News Asia Monday, 27 August 2007

Delta Air Lines is planning to launch non-stop services between Paris and its growing Salt Lake City hub beginning in 2008.

The flights, operated in cooperation with SkyTeam partner Air France, will be the first trans-Atlantic service ever offered by any airline from Salt Lake City.

Customers traveling to Paris will experience one of the most famous destinations in the world with attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre museum. Customers visiting Salt Lake City will have access to some of the United States best skiing, hiking and mountain biking.

Delta will operate a daily service beginning June 2, 2008, with a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft seating up to 214 passengers.

The new route is also expected to offer up to five tons of cargo lift in each direction. From Paris, the top shipments will include cosmetics, fashion garments and wine, while Salt Lake Citys chief exports will be machine parts, computers and information technology equipment. 

For a limited time, tickets for travel originating in Salt Lake City are available for $499 one way (based on a round-trip purchase). The special introductory fare must be purchased by 6 September. Additional taxes/fees/restrictions apply.

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