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Delta continues international growth with new Boston-Rome flight, expanded service to 10 trans-Atlantic destinations

Delta customers will have even more flight options between the U.S. and Europe beginning in 2020.



  • ​​Boston's No. 1 global carrier boosts trans-Atlantic seats by more than 30% in 2020, including new service to London-Gatwick and Manchester, and second daily Paris service.
  • Double-digit growth in international flying out of JFK planned for 2020 including daytime London-Heathrow service.
  • Beginning in 2020, all of Delta's trans-Atlantic flights over six and a half hours will feature the carrier's premium Delta One experience, with reinvented International Main Cabin experience launching in Nov. 2019.

Delta customers will have even more flight options between the U.S. and Europe beginning in 2020, with new summer service between Boston and Rome and expanded flying from three of the airline's hubs to 10 popular trans-Atlantic destinations. The largest airline across the Atlantic,* Delta offers more flights connecting the U.S. and Europe than any other carrier and plans to add about 780,000 additional seats in 2020.

"Consumers are looking for more opportunities to visit Europe, so we've added more destinations and more flight times," said Joe Esposito, Senior Vice President – Network Planning. "In addition to offering the most comprehensive schedule of any U.S. carrier across the Atlantic, we've invested significantly in our aircraft, service and products for customers traveling between the U.S. and Europe."

Last month, Delta announced a 15 percent increase in seats between the U.S. and the U.K., including the addition of daytime service connecting JFK and London-Heathrow as well as new service between Boston and both Manchester and London-Gatwick. Beginning this winter, all of Delta's flights connecting Heathrow with Boston and New York will be operated using the carrier's newly retrofitted Boeing 767-400 aircraft, featuring all four branded seat products including a more private Delta One experience.

"These new services strengthen our position across the Atlantic with more than five percent growth in 2020," said Roberto Ioriatti, Vice President – Transatlantic. "The Europe, Middle East and Africa region is our largest international entity and these new services, together with our partners, strengthen that further."

As Boston's fastest-growing global carrier, Delta offers more flights across the Atlantic than any other airline

In 2020, Delta will launch four new trans-Atlantic flights from Boston, including new seasonal service to Rome, the carrier's second daily flight to Paris and new service to London-Gatwick and Manchester. The carrier will also extend seasonal service between Boston and Edinburgh and Lisbon, two popular destinations added in 2019.

Delta announced the new Boston-Rome service at a press event at Logan International, where the airline officially assumed operations at all gates in Logan Airport's Terminal A. Delta will be the terminal's sole operator for the first time since the facility opened in 2005.

New York-JFK schedule expansion includes twice-daily, year-round Tel Aviv service

In addition to new daytime service from New York to London-Heathrow, next year Delta's second-daily flight from JFK to Tel Aviv will become year-round, adding to Delta's already-leading position as New York's No. 1 carrier. Delta is also launching new service to Mumbai and Bogota in Dec. 2019, and is expanding the availability of seasonal service from JFK to Athens, Copenhagen and Berlin.

Delta has grown its presence in New York City by over 65 percent in the last 10 years and today operates more than 520 peak-day departures from its hubs at LaGuardia and JFK. The airline is JFK's No. 1 carrier, offering more than 240 peak daily departures to nearly 100 worldwide destinations.

More international flights for Salt Lake City and Amsterdam

Delta's seasonal service between its hub at Salt Lake City International Airport and London-Heathrow will become year-round beginning Dec.19, 2019. Additionally, the carrier is expanding the operating season between Tampa and Amsterdam in 2020.

Delta continues to invest in the trans-Atlantic customer experience

Beginning in 2020, all of Delta's trans-Atlantic flights over six and a half hours will feature the carrier's premium Delta One experience, which includes a dedicated in-cabin flight attendant; a 180-degree flat-bed seat; extra-wide inflight entertainment screens; and seasonally rotating, chef-designed Delta One menus with the option to pre-select first choice of entrée, paired with wines hand-selected by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson.

In addition to Delta's award-winning operational reliability and service, all cabins of service on flights between Europe and the U.S. include complimentary meals, snacks and beverages. This November, Delta is launching a first-of-its-kind bistro-style international Main Cabin experience featuring welcome cocktails, hot-towel service and mix-and-match options for premium appetizers and larger entrees.

All seats on all flights also offer personal entertainment systems with free entertainment, free mobile messaging, high-capacity overhead bins, Wi-Fi, upgraded amenity kits and more. More international onboard enhancements are coming soon, like refreshed ear buds and headsets, to further demonstrate the airline's commitment to creating a best-in-class experience all customers can look forward to.

Delta's trans-Atlantic flights are operated in partnership with its joint venture partners Virgin Atlantic, Air France and KLM. The U.S. Department of Transportation recently granted the four airlines preliminary approval for a combined joint venture that will provide customers an extensive network of 300 daily flights.
*Based on number of flights operated by Delta between the United States and Europe, Africa, and the Middle East for the 2019 calendar year, when compared to other airlines.

Flight Schedules
Delta’s expanded trans-Atlantic flights out of Boston will operate daily on the following schedule:
FlightCity PairDepartsArrivesAircraftSeason
DL226Boston to Paris11:40 p.m.12:40 p.m. (next day)Boeing 767May 21 – Sept. 7
DL227Paris to Boston3:40 p.m.5:30 p.m.Boeing 767May 22 – Sept. 8
DL20Boston to Rome5:00 p.m.7:15 a.m. (next day)Airbus A330May 21 – Sept. 7
DL21Rome to Boston10:45 a.m.2:15 p.m.Airbus A330May 22 – Sept. 8
DL112Boston to London-Gatwick9:00 p.m.8:45 a.m. (next day)Boeing 757Year Round beginning May 21
DL113London-Gatwick to Boston11:00 a.m.1:45 p.m.Boeing 757Year Round beginning May 22
DL114Boston to Manchester10:00 p.m.9:30 a.m. (next day)Boeing 757May 21 – Sept. 7
DL115Manchester to Boston11:30 a.m.2:00 p.m.Boeing 757May 22 – Sept. 8
DL122Boston to Edinburgh10:00 p.m.9:35 a.m. (next day)Boeing 757May 21 – Sept. 29
DL123Edinburgh to Boston11:00 a.m.1:20 p.m.Boeing 757May 22 – Sept. 30
DL124Boston to Lisbon9:30 p.m.9:15 a.m. (next day)Boeing 757May 21 – Sept. 29
DL125Lisbon to Boston10:45 a.m.1:35 p.m.Boeing 757May 22 – Sept. 30

Delta’s expanded international flights out of New York-JFK will operate daily on the following schedule:
FlightCity PairDepartsArrivesAircraftSeason
DL1New York-JFK to London Heathrow10:15 a.m.10:25 p.m.Boeing 767Year Round begins March 28
DL2London Heathrow to New York-JFK7:30 a.m.10:30 a.m.Boeing 767Year Round begins March 28
DL24New York-JFK to Mumbai9:15 p​.m.10:50 P.M. (next day)Boeing 777Year Round begins Dec. 22
DL25Mumbai to New York-JFK12:50 a.m.6:35 a.m.Boeing 777Year Round begins Dec. 24
DL253New York-JFK to Bogota6:10 p.m.12:05 a.m. (next day)Boeing 757Year Round begins Dec. 22
DL254Bogota to New York-JFK1:10 a.m.7:00 a.m.Boeing 757Year Round begins Dec. 22
DL202New York-JFK to Athens5:00 p.m.10:00 a.m. (next day)Airbus A330Apr. 1 – Oct. 23
DL204
Athens to New York-JFK12:00 p.m.3:45 p.m.Airbus A330Apr. 2 – Oct. 24
DL218New York-JFK to Copenhagen9:55 p.m.11:55 a.m. (next day)Boeing 767May 1 – Oct. 23
DL219Copenhagen to New York-JFK1:45 p.m.4:50 p.m.Boeing 767May 2 – Oct. 24
DL92New York-JFK to Berlin6:20 p.m.8:40 a.m. (next day)Boeing 767Apr. 2 – Oct. 23
DL93Berlin to New York-JFK10:25 a.m.1:30 p.m.Boeing 767Apr. 3 – Oct. 24

https://news.delta.com/delta-contin...ome-flight-expanded-service-10-trans-atlantic
 

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Copio incollo dalla discussione su Alitalia, qui in effetti mi sembra più in tema.


Delta ha annunciato in generale un ampliamento delle attività da Boston (dove sono cresciuti sensibilmente, anno su anno, nel recente passato) con il lancio di un volo giornaliero stagionale per Roma, che hai citato, oltre a un secondo giornaliero stagionale per Parigi e qualche settimana in più di operazioni su Edimburgo e Lisbona (rispetto alla S19).
Poche settimane fa inoltre avevano annunciato, sempre dalla S20, nuovi collegamenti da BOS per Manchester e Londra Gatwick in virtù di una revisione dei voli US-UK con la controllata Virgin.
Con le rotte che saranno operate si raggiungeranno 11 partenze giornaliere estive con metallo DL dal Logan sul settore TATL (2x Amsterdam, 1x Dublino, 1x Edimburgo, 1x Lisbona, 1x Londra Gatwick, 1x Londra Heathrow, 1x Manchester, 2x Parigi, 1x Roma).
L'espansione internazionale è poi andata avanti di pari passo con quella nazionale ; inoltre adesso a BOS DL disporrà di un terminal a uso esclusivo per sé (e suppongo per i partners). Piano piano lo stanno trasformando in in piccolo hub del vettore.

On a roll in Boston: Delta adds new Rome service, celebrates all Terminal A gate operations at Logan Airport
https://news.delta.com/roll-boston-...es-all-terminal-gate-operations-logan-airport

Nel dettaglio gli orari del volo su Roma (21MAY-07SEP)


DL20 BOS1700 - 0715(+1)FCO
DL21 FCO1045 - 1415BOS
A330-300


Saranno 5 partenze giornaliere di DL da FCO in estate (ATL x2, BOS, DTW, JFK).


Risulta essere tra l'altro complementare come orari al volo AZ (che tradizionalmente parte al pomeriggio)


AZ615 BOS2150 - 1150(+1)FCO
AZ614 FCO1505 - 1825BOS
A330-200

P.S.
Molto interessante anche il nuovo servizio di bordo in Economy previsto dai prossimi mesi sui voli TATL
https://news.delta.com/welcome-cock...g-delta-debut-wholly-reinvented-international


 

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Facendo un piccolo excursus storico, la BOS-FCO di DL ebbe già una falsa partenza nel 2003.
Annunciato a novembre '02 come collegamento estivo previsto da maggio '03 fu poi in seguito cancellato poche settimane prima per la recessione economica e il conflitto in Iraq.
Saltò nella S03 anche la CVG (Cincinnati)-FCO (aperta l'estate prima), la quale però tornò dalla S04 (a differenza di Boston che non fu mai più aperta da DL anche per lo smantellamento progressivo dei voli da BOS della compagnia americana). La FCO-BOS venne tuttavia poi aperta da AZ come stagionale in aggiunta al volo da MXP.

Logan Lands Direct Daily Flight To Rome; Delta Will Provide Seasonal Nonstop Service to Major Market with Strong Ties to Bost
November 06, 2002

The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) today announced that Delta Air Lines will begin nonstop daily service to Rome, Italy starting in May 2003. The seasonal service will run from May through September and will be Boston's only nonstop link to the Italian capital.

"New service to Rome, coupled with Lufthansa's Munich service introduced earlier this year, solidifies Boston's importance as a destination for international travel," said Massport CEO Craig P. Coy. "A world class city needs nonstop access to the international marketplace for business and leisure travelers. We will continue to meet our customers' needs by attracting flights to key markets."

Late last year, officials from Massport and Rome's airport jointly met with Delta representatives to discuss the importance and necessity of linking Boston and Rome with nonstop service. Massport estimated that in 2000, 60,000 passengers traveled between Rome and Boston, making it one of the largest international markets from Boston not served by a nonstop flight. Since Alitalia moved its Boston service from Rome to Milan in 1998, establishing a nonstop flight to Rome has been a key Massport objective.

"Delta Air Lines' nonstop service to Rome provides a critical link between two world-class cities," said Paul Guzzi, President and CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. "This new service will strengthen our region's ability to compete in international markets, and support the Greater Boston visitor industry. Additionally, many Boston residents and business leaders have strong cultural ties to Italy, so Delta's new offering is a natural fit. The business community congratulates Delta on this service."

The flights will feature Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.

The new Delta schedule between Boston and Rome starting on May 1, 2003:

Delta Flight 114 departs Boston 5:40 p.m. Arrives Rome 7:45 a.m.
Delta Flight 115 departs Rome 12:20 p.m. Arrives Boston 3:40 p.m.
http://www.massport.com/massport/me...ce-to-major-market-with-strong-ties-to-bosto/



Delta Air Lines Decreases Capacity Due to Military Action in Iraq; Airline Maintains Strong Schedule to Get Customers Where They Want to Go
Monday March 24, 2003 12:41 pm ET


ATLANTA, March 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL - News) today announced it will decrease its network capacity by approximately 12 percent in response to declining passenger demand due to military action in Iraq. The decrease affects domestic and international locations, but maintains the airline's customer-focused schedule. The changes do not affect the airline's Delta Connection partners.

"Military action in the Middle East and the resulting heightened security sensitivities have contributed to a steep decline in passenger demand within the airline industry," said Subodh Karnik, senior vice president-Network and Revenue Management. "Delta isn't an exception, and we are taking steps to reduce the impact of these challenges while keeping a strong schedule to provide our customers travel choices."

The capacity reduction will impact Delta's transatlantic schedule through suspension of flights in some cities, and the delay of some seasonal service in others. Delta also will indefinitely postpone the start of seasonal service between Boston and Rome, and daily service between Cincinnati and Rome. Both were set to start May 1. However, the airline will continue to serve most of the affected cities via SkyTeam and its codeshare partners. Delta's Latin American, Caribbean and Pacific service are not affected.

Domestically, Delta will not reduce the number of destinations it serves, but will decrease the number of flights it offers on routes where there are currently multiple flights scheduled.

"We will continue to offer our customers a wide range of schedule options to all of Delta's destinations," said Karnik.

The transatlantic changes are effective April 6, while the domestic changes are effective March 27. The changes will be in effect at least through April. Some of the changes may be in effect longer if passenger demand for these routes remains weak as a result of the conflict in the Middle East.

"We hope to reinstate the entire schedule as soon as passenger demand returns," said Karnik. "We will continue to monitor the situation and keep our customers informed of any changes."
 

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Nel comunicato per il mercato italiano DL conferma tutti i voli attuali anche la prossima estate e, oltre al nuovo BOS-FCO, compare un rinforzo sulla JFK-FCO per il picco (nel comunicato si dice dal 2 agosto, sul sito DL lo trovo prenotabile dal 30 luglio westbound). Non si riesce a stabilire invece con esattezza il termine in quanto non si può prenotare nulla oltre il 20 agosto, presumibilmente sarà fine del mese o i primi di settembre.

In grassetto la frequenza aggiuntiva agostana

DL442 JFK1835 - 0920(+1)FCO A-333
DL444 JFK1959 - 1050(+1)FCO A-333

DL443 FCO1120 - 1511JFK A-333
DL445 FCO1250 - 1650JFK A-333

Si fa esplicito riferimento anche ad Alitalia insieme alla quale si raggiungono le 19 partenze estive.

DELTA ANNUNCIA IL VOLO DA ROMA PER BOSTON PER LA STAGIONE ESTIVA 2020
Lifeil 24 Settembre 2019

ROMA, 24 settembre 2019 – Delta Air Lines estende il suo network in Italia nel 2020 con il lancio di un nuovo volo giornaliero stagionale da Roma per Boston a partire dal prossimo 22 maggio. Il nuovo collegamento, che si aggiunge al volo Roma – Boston già operato dal partner Alitalia per offrire due frequenze giornaliere durante la trafficata stagione estiva, sarò operato con un Airbus A330-300, configurato con 34 poltrone completamente reclinabili in Delta One, 40 poltrone in Delta Comfort+ e 219 poltrone in Main Cabin.

Delta conferma, inoltre, la ripresa di tutti i collegamenti stagionali dall’Italia per l’estate 2020. A Roma, servita con voli giornalieri tutto l’anno per New York e Atlanta, verranno ripristinati lo stagionale per Detroit (dal 02/04) e la seconda frequenza giornaliera per Atlanta (dal 22/05), mentre nel mese di agosto verrà operato anche un secondo volo giornaliero aggiuntivo per New York (dal 02/08). A Milano il volo stagionale per Atlanta (dal 14/05) affiancherà l’annuale collegamento per New York, mentre a Venezia ripartiranno i voli estivi giornalieri per New York (dal 02/04) e Atlanta (dal 14/05).

Insieme ad Alitalia, i due vettori offriranno 19 voli giornalieri dall’Italia per gli Stati Uniti.

“Continuiamo a concentrarci sull’Italia – uno dei nostri mercati europei più importanti – per proporre più opzioni di viaggio da qui verso gli Stati Uniti” ha detto Roberto Ioriatti, vice president Transatlantic di Delta. “Siamo orgogliosi di essere il più grande vettore a collegare le due sponde dell’Atlantico, e l’aggiunta di Boston ai nostri voli dall’Italia conferma la nostra posizione come compagnia aerea statunitense leader nel servire il paese”.

A partire dal 2015 Delta ha quasi raddoppiato il numero delle partenze giornaliere da Boston, l’hub più recente della compagnia aerea. Delta vola per oltre 50 destinazioni dall’aeroporto Logan International, ed è la compagnia che da qui, insieme ai suoi partner, offre la maggiore capacità internazionale, arrivando a proporre fino a 18 destinazioni internazionali dall’aeroporto Logan International. Roma sarà la nona destinazione transatlantica Delta da Boston.

Tutti i voli transatlantici Delta propongono ai passeggeri Delta One, la prima classe del vettore. Il servizio include un assistente di cabina dedicato, poltrona-letto completamente reclinabile a 180°, schermi per l’intrattenimento extra-large e un menù stagionale studiato dagli chef di grido Delta, pre-selezionabile prima della partenza e accompagnato dai vini scelti personalmente dalla Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson.

Oltre al servizio e all’affidabilità operativa Delta, più volte premiata, tutte le cabine in servizio sui voli tra l’Europa e gli Stati Uniti includono pasti gratuiti, snack e bevande durante il volo. Questo novembre Delta lancerà il nuovo servizio ristorante in stile bistrò in classe Main Cabin internazionale, il primo in assoluto di questo genere, che include cocktail di benvenuto, servizio di asciugamani caldi, e opzioni combinabili per entrée selezionate, oltre a porzioni più abbondanti per i pasti.

Tutte le poltrone, su tutti i voli, offrono inoltre sistemi individuali di intrattenimento gratuiti, wi-fi su richiesta, messaggistica gratuita, cappelliere più ampie, amenity kit aggiornati ed altro ancora. Per il futuro sono previste ulteriori novità – come auricolari e nuovi poggiatesta, a sottolineare ulteriormente l’impegno della compagnia nel creare un’esperienza di viaggio memorabile, per tutti i passeggeri.
 

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È molto curioso che pranzo esattamente le due rotte che si vociferava volesse aprire AZ.

O l’accordo è definitivamente saltato, oppure gli insider avevano capito male e le suddette rotte le doveva aprire Delta (mentre az probabilmente aprirà SFO o altro) per aumentare il volato USA-ITA e aumentare i ricavi da ambo le parti (Si parlava di un accordo separato Delta - Az no?)
 

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Delta wants its inflight WiFi to be fast and free
Delta is set to become the first of America's 'big three' airlines to roll out fast and free WiFi on domestic flights.

David Flynn
Delta Air Lines aims to offer free WiFi on all flights, in a game-changing move which could put pressure on arch-rivals American Airlines and United to unshackle their inflight Internet services.

“We’re working on it... you will have it soon” teased Delta CEO Ed Bastian at the Skift Forum travel industry conference in New York last week.

Central to that 'experience' is to ensure Delta's inflight WiFi is not only free but fast, rather than see a plane-load of passengers creating a log-jam for the limited bandwidth available.

To that end, Bastian says the airline is working to increase on-board WiFi bandwidth based trials of free high-speed WiFi on selected domestic flights which began in May 2020, although this delivered mixed results and often sluggish speeds.

“We learned a lot,” Bastian said about that trial. "There were some things we found out that we hoped not to find out, in terms of the work needed until we can go for free."

What it all boils down to, Bastian related, is not economics but technology: specifically, having enough bandwidth to each aircraft to handle every passenger and meet their expectations.

The US carrier and Virgin Australia partner currently has WiFi installed across most of its fleet, with about 60% of those featuring a high-speed 2Ku satellite service with technology partner Gogo – a system capable of serving up 15Mbps to each device.

While Delta currently charges upwards of US$16 for a single-day WiFi pass, Bastian wants to ensure that when the price tag is removed those streaming-friendly broadband speeds will remain.

“We’re not there yet, but Gogo and Delta, working together, have dramatically improved the overall performance of Wi-Fi on our planes,” Bastion said.

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.
 

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DL surrounding AZ? Or even replacing in case of...?
A me sembra una strategia complementare. DL mette un volo al mattino per avere connessioni sia lato Italia che lato US. AZ si tiene il volo al pomeriggio garantendo comunque connessioni.

Sono molto affascinato dal nuovo servizio in Y di DL. Conosco gente che dopo aver volato Delta cerca sempre di volare con loro per un evidente divario di servizio tra DL e AZ - ad esempio - specialmente sul cibo ("Ti danno sempre da mangiare").
 

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Delta wants its inflight WiFi to be fast and free
Delta is set to become the first of America's 'big three' airlines to roll out fast and free WiFi on domestic flights.

David Flynn
Delta Air Lines aims to offer free WiFi on all flights, in a game-changing move which could put pressure on arch-rivals American Airlines and United to unshackle their inflight Internet services.

“We’re working on it... you will have it soon” teased Delta CEO Ed Bastian at the Skift Forum travel industry conference in New York last week.

Central to that 'experience' is to ensure Delta's inflight WiFi is not only free but fast, rather than see a plane-load of passengers creating a log-jam for the limited bandwidth available.

To that end, Bastian says the airline is working to increase on-board WiFi bandwidth based trials of free high-speed WiFi on selected domestic flights which began in May 2020, although this delivered mixed results and often sluggish speeds.

“We learned a lot,” Bastian said about that trial. "There were some things we found out that we hoped not to find out, in terms of the work needed until we can go for free."

What it all boils down to, Bastian related, is not economics but technology: specifically, having enough bandwidth to each aircraft to handle every passenger and meet their expectations.

The US carrier and Virgin Australia partner currently has WiFi installed across most of its fleet, with about 60% of those featuring a high-speed 2Ku satellite service with technology partner Gogo – a system capable of serving up 15Mbps to each device.

While Delta currently charges upwards of US$16 for a single-day WiFi pass, Bastian wants to ensure that when the price tag is removed those streaming-friendly broadband speeds will remain.

“We’re not there yet, but Gogo and Delta, working together, have dramatically improved the overall performance of Wi-Fi on our planes,” Bastion said.

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.
Soltanto a Giugno ho sentito uno dei nostri top executive dire la stessa cosa: "we're working on it". Ma non e' semplice. Affatto.
 

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il servizio "bistro" e' qualcosa di cui si parlava anche in alitalia durante il periodo etihad (e dicono sia anche stata testata su qualche volo), ossia senza vassoio ma con una pseudo tovaglia che poi al ritiro sarebbe tutto stato gettato in un trolley waste.
 

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Conosco gente che dopo aver volato Delta cerca sempre di volare con loro per un evidente divario di servizio tra DL e AZ - ad esempio - specialmente sul cibo ("Ti danno sempre da mangiare").
I vettori nordamericani hanno in media un servizio che si colloca tra il pessimo e l’improponibile, e Delta - a meno che non sia cambiato qualcosa di recente - non faceva eccezione. Peraltro sono le ultime - credo - ad offrire il 767 sul lungo raggio.
 

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su e giu' sull'atlantico...
E naturalmente ci si astiene dal menzionare che le stesse hanno inserito in flotta 787-8-9-10, 773 e quant altro, prodotti top per una J TATL, considerati in diversi casi nettamente migliori di blasonate EU. Ma tant’è, i luoghi comuni sono duri a morire, sopratutto alla latitudine di Stromboli...dove vedono gli yankees come li vedono i messicani.
Amen.
 

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Non ho capito se questo servizio bistrot+cioccolatino sia l'unico servizio durante l'intero volo. O se sia previsto anche uno snack/colazione
 

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E naturalmente ci si astiene dal menzionare che le stesse hanno inserito in flotta 787-8-9-10, 773 e quant altro, prodotti top per una J TATL, considerati in diversi casi nettamente migliori di blasonate EU.
... che con la qualità del servizio a bordo non è che c'entri proprio moltissimo.

Ma tant’è, i luoghi comuni sono duri a morire, sopratutto alla latitudine di Stromboli...dove vedono gli yankees come li vedono i messicani. Amen.
Temo che mettere insieme anti-americanismo e critica al servizio di bordo sia un po' l'ultimo stadio della sociopatia.
 

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Non ho capito se questo servizio bistrot+cioccolatino sia l'unico servizio durante l'intero volo. O se sia previsto anche uno snack/colazione
Immagino - spero - abbiano previsto differenze di servizio a seconda della durata del volo. Sembrerebbe anche essere assente la disponibilità di bevande e light snack nei galley durante il volo.
 

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Il volo sarà uno stagionale estivo da maggio a settembre, in pratica un rinforzo al volo Alitalia nel periodo di alta stagione:

Delta adds seasonal Boston – Rome service in S20

Delta Air Lines in summer 2020 season plans to launch new seasonal route from Boston, with the addition of Boston – Rome service. Operated by Airbus A330-300 aircraft on daily basis, this route will run from 21MAY20 to 07SEP20 (BOS departure).

DL020 BOS1700 – 0715+1FCO 333 D
DL021 FCO1045 – 1415BOS 333 D

Airlineroute
 

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su e giu' sull'atlantico...
... che con la qualità del servizio a bordo non è che c'entri proprio moltissimo.


Temo che mettere insieme anti-americanismo e critica al servizio di bordo sia un po' l'ultimo stadio della sociopatia.
Certo non per te , abituato al farti massaggiare i piedi dalle odalische mentre sorseggi Dom Perignon a 11mila metri, mentre l’antiamericanismo manifesto riferito ai vettori era ovvio, ma le bollicine del sorseggiare di cui sopra ti han distratto dal coglierlo.