Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) is increasing its flight options from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport for the summer 2015 season. The airline will restart nonstop flights from Paris CDG to both Philadelphia International and Pittsburgh International airports, both effective May, 11, 2015. These flights start after Delta adds a third daily flight to Boston’s Logan International Airport on March 29, complementing the existing daily Delta and Air France service. With the addition of these flights, Delta will operate up to 13 peak-day departures between Paris CDG and the United States during the summer months.
Delta’s services between Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Boston will be operated in conjunction with joint-venture partner, Air France-KLM. The airline will use a 167-seat Boeing 757-200 aircraft (above) on flights to Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and a 245-seat Boeing 767-400 aircraft on the Boston route.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 757-232 N688DL (msn 27587) departs from Los Angeles.
OLT Express (Germany) (Bremen) is transforming itself from a regional feeder airline into a new point-to-point low-cost carrier according to Airline Route.
Starting on October 15, 2012, the redesigned airline will open new bases at Dresden, Muenster and Saarbruecken. In addition, the airline will open 14 new routes including new service to Budapest, Southend (near London), Milan (Malpensa), Paris (CDG) and Vienna.