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Delta Airlines adds two new Athens routes as Greece reopens to vaccinated Americans

Now that Greece has opened its doors to Americans once again after a year of banning them from its shores, Delta Air Lines has added two routes from the United States to Greece, according to greekreporter.com
Delta noted in an announcement that the move was taken as part of its efforts to respond to its customers’ interests in destinations around the world.
The Fort Worth-based airline will now operate two seasonal routes to Greece, with one beginning on May 28, departing New York for Athens. This represents the earliest start date for any airline operating between the US and Greece this Spring.
Starting on July 2, Delta will operate a daily flight from Atlanta to Athens as well, which is the first time in a decade that this route will be flown.
Delta also announced that it will be employing the spacious Airbus A330-300s for both routes, which have a total of 293 seats each. This includes reverse herringbone seats in business class, along with Delta’s Comfort+ cabin, which features extra-legroom economy seats as well.
Personal televisions are also available at every seat on these flights, along with Wi-Fi.
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Source: tornosnews.gr/en/

Original article: Delta Airlines adds two new Athens routes as Greece reopens to vaccinated Americans.

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