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Delta Air Lines launches Nonstop Service between New York-JFK and Tel Aviv

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Tuesday, 11 March 2008

Delta Air Lines has lunched a daily nonstop service between New Yorks John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Tel Avivs Ben Gurion Airport. The new service complements Deltas daily nonstop to Tel Aviv from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

"No U.S. airline covers Israel better than Delta, said Glen Hauenstein, Deltas executive vice president of Network and Revenue Management. This new JFK departure provides convenient connections for passengers throughout the Northeast and Midwest and, along with the service from our international gateway in Atlanta, makes Delta the best option for any customer traveling between Israel and the United States.

Northeast and Midwest customers will find easy connections to the JFK-Tel Aviv flight from cities like Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland and Pittsburgh.

Deltas new nonstop service between New York-JFK and Tel Aviv will be operated using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with up to 215 all-leather seats in a two-cabin configuration. Customers flying Deltas BusinessElite enjoy Delta on Demand featuring first-run and popular classic movies, music, TV programming and video games all available on demand; a five-course menu including glatt kosher selections on flights to and from Israel; a reinvented wine program launched in February by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson featuring wines from around the world; new full-size pillows, duvets; modern and stylish dinnerware; and in-seat power outlets (110 Volt) that allow customers to recharge their laptops without the need for an adaptor.

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