Delta Air Lines will resume flights between the United States and Spain, starting June 7
Delta Airlines will resume flights between the United States and Spain from June 7, following the announcement by the Spanish government to lift travel restrictions for vaccinated passengers, regardless of the country from which they want to travel. This will allow American travelers to visit the country more than 12 months after the COVID-19 pandemic broke out. As a result, the American airline will resume flights on two routes, starting in August.
Delta Air Lines will resume flights to Spain.
Delta operates a daily service from New York JFK to Madrid and will add a route from New York JFK to Barcelona, starting June 6, with three weekly frequencies. In August, Delta will add a direct service to Madrid and Atlanta, from Atlanta. These flights will be operated with Boeing 767-300 aircraft.
All Delta Air Lines services between the USA and Spain will be operated in partnership with Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic.
Before the pandemic, the United States was one of the strategic source markets for Spain, with over 3.3 million tourists in 2019. American visitors record an average unit expenditure of 1.800 euros during a week-long stay. In 2019, the spending of American tourists in the country exceeded 5.8 billion euros.