Delta Air Lines has announced changes to TransAtlantice flights

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On 3 June, Delta introduced in the GDS system the inventory and new changes to the TransAtlantic races for the winter season 2012 / 2013. They are due to take effect from October 27 2012. Other changes may occur until the start of the winter season.

Below you have the program announced by Delta Air Lines for TransAtlantice flights:

Atlanta - Amsterdam - the service increases from 7 weekly flights to 11 weekly after the following program:

DL604 ATL 17: 30 - 08: 15 + 1 AMS 333 D
DL032 ATL 19: 45 - 10: 35 + 1 AMS 767 x457

DL603 AMS 10: 45 - 14: 55 ATL 333 D
DL033 AMS 13: 10 - 17: 25 ATL 767 x457

Detroit - London Heathrow - the service is reduced from 10 flights per week to 1 per day
Minneapolis - Amsterdam - Airbus A330-300 operates twice a day
Portland OR - Amsterdam - From October 01 2012 will reduce daily flights to 5 per week. They will be operated with Boeing 767 from 27 October to 2012 (the previously planned operation was daily flights with A330-200)

Atlanta - Barcelona - the service has been reduced from 5 weekly flights to W11 to 4 weekly and will be operated with Boeing 767-300ER
Atlanta - Manchester - the service has now been established on 6 weekly flights (weekly 5 in W11)
Atlanta - Milan Malpensa - service canceled in the winter season
Atlanta - Paris CDG - the service will be reduced from 2 flights to 1 per day (Air France will operate twice a day instead of 1) - here they made a rocket :)
Atlanta - Rome - the service will be operated with Boeing 767-300ER, replacing Airbus A330-200 from W11
Detroit - Paris CDG - there will be no changes to the flight schedule, it will remain the same as the rest of the year. But the aircraft will change, with Airbus A330-300 replacing Boeing 767 from October 27 2012
New York JFK - Athens - the flights will be canceled in the winter season
New York JFK - Prague - the number of flights from 5 to 4 per week will be reduced

These changes are made to increase or reduce the transport capacity to certain destinations, depending on the country and interests. By juggling these changes, Delta is looking for solutions to increase profitability and reduce costs. This is not new, most airlines adapt their routes according to requirements and season.

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