New York - Dubrovnik with Delta Air Lines, from July 2, 2021

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Customers who want to venture overseas this summer have another destination to rediscover - a new non-stop service will be operated four times a week to Croatia Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) from John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) in New York, beginning July 2.

Croatia will receive all travelers who are fully vaccinated, who present a negative PCR test or evidence of recent immunization, Croatia being one of the most popular tourist getaways in Europe, with a rich history, stunning scenery and plenty of opportunities to organize outdoor trips.

New York - Dubrovnik with Delta Air Lines.

184 New York 07:30 - 10:45 Dubrovnik - Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 
185 Dubrovnik 13:00 - 17:15 New York - Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

JFK - DBV is the first direct route operated by Delta Air Lines in Croatia.

Flights to Croatia will be operated with 767-seat Boeing 300-226 aircraft. The aircraft are equipped with Delta One beds, Delta Comfort + and the Main Cabin service. Guests can relax with hundreds of hours of the latest TV shows, movies, music and more on their personal entertainment screens, stay connected to Wi-Fi throughout the flight and enjoy free mobile messaging.

In addition to Croatia, Delta will launch new flights to Reykjavík (Iceland) and Athens (Greece) from the largest airports in the United States. Expanding service to Alaska, with 23 daily flights to Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka and over 70 daily flights to Mountain West destinations such as Bozeman, Mont and Jackson Hole, with easy access to national parks.

There will be almost 90 daily flights to 78 recreational destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean, including weekly services to 39 unique destinations. This summer, Delta will operate approximately 4.000 daily flights to more than 200 domestic destinations and more than 50 international destinations.

The airline will equip over 300 aircraft with high-speed satellite connectivity (Ka-Band), powered by Viasat, until the end of 2021 - to modernize the experience on board. "Technology and entertainment are key parts of our customers' lives", said Byron Merritt - VP of Brand Experience. 

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