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Delta Air Lines Expands Air+Rail Program to 20 More European Destinations

Originally launched in August 2021 for travel between Amsterdam and the Belgian cities of Brussels and Antwerp, Delta is expanding their Air+Rail program to 20 additional destinations in Europe.

Delta Expands Air+Rail Program to 20 More European Destinations – Photo Credit: © SBB CFF FFS

On Tuesday (October 11, 2022), Delta Air Lines announced the expansion of their multi-modal Air+Rail service to 20 additional European destinations. Originally launched in August 2021 connecting Amsterdam, Brussels and Antwerp, customers will now enjoy seamless connectivity from Brussels, Manchester, Rome Fiumicino and Zurich airports with one Delta ticket booking for the entire journey. The expansion includes 12 new cities for Delta customers in The Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland and the UK. Delta will also add multi-modal service from Geneva when new nonstop service from New York-JFK commences in April 2023.

In today’s announcment, Delta Air Lines’ President – International, Alain Bellemare, said,

“Building more Air+Rail connections into our schedule provides a greater choice of destinations for our customers, including a number of these cities not currently served by Delta or our European partners, such as Bern, Rotterdam and York. Expanding our footprint in Europe also makes it more convenient for customers to get to popular city centre locations whether traveling for business or pleasure to make the most of their time away.”

New Multi-Modal Connectivity Options With Delta's Air+Rail Program - Courtesy Delta Air Lines

Using Delta’s Air+Rail service is simple, as bookings include both segments of the journey. Delta One guests will also receive first class rail travel as standard. Customers will need to collect their baggage at the airport prior to arrival at the train station, and tickets can either be printed in advance or collected from the station ticket office. Additionally, customers traveling with a multi-modal itinerary can do so with the peace of mind that in the event of a service disruption, they will be able to travel on the next available train or flight.

Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) is the global U.S. airline leader in safety, innovation, reliability and customer experience. The carrier operates over 4,000 daily flights across more than 275 destinations on six continents. Delta has over 80,000 team members and has served as many as 200 million customers annually. For the last decade, the carrier has led the industry in operational excellence, while maintaining their reputation for award-winning customer service.

Source: Delta Air Lines


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