Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Delta Air Lines To Offer JFK-Malaga Spain Nonstop Service In 2014

Flight to operate from June, offering nearly 2,000 weekly seats to and from United States

Delta Air Lines has confirmed that its seasonal nonstop flight between Malaga Costa del Sol Airport and New York, JFK will recommence, effective June 6, 2014.  The flight will initially operate four times weekly in June increasing to five times weekly in July in conjunction with Delta’s joint venture partner Air France KLM.

Delta’s flight from Malaga features 15 seats in BusinessElite, with passengers enjoying a five course meal with wines chosen by Master Sommelier, Andrea Robinson.

Customers flying in Economy Comfort, Delta’s premium economy service, benefit from up to four additional inches of legroom and 50 percent more recline than Delta’s standard international Economy class seats, as well as priority boarding.

Passengers flying into New York-JFK will benefit from Delta’s new JFK Terminal 4, part of a $1.4 billion project to create a state-of-the-art international gateway.    
Other product initiatives being rolled out across Delta’s international fleet include the expansion of Wi-Fi service by the end of 2015.  The introduction of Wi-Fi on Delta operated flights between Spain and the U.S. will enable customers to get online throughout their journey. 
Delta’s seasonal nonstop service between Malaga and New York, JFK will operate as follows:

Days of week
New York (JFK)8:40pm
Malaga (AGP) 10:20am (+1 day)
June: Mon, Thu, Fri, Sun
July:  Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun
Malaga (AGP)
New York (JFK) 2:07pm
June: Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat
July: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat

*Revised schedule times and other relevant information will be reflected on delta.com from Dec. 21 onwards

For more information please visit www.delta.com


Located in Andalusia, Malaga is one of Spain's foremost holiday destinations thanks to its mild weather, its beaches and its outstanding offer of golf courses. In addition to its historical and architectural marvels (from a Roman amphitheater to a Moorish fortress), art enthusiasts flock to Malaga to enjoy the Picasso Museum, a magnificent collection of Malaga’s most prominent son.

Every August Malaga celebrates its traditional fair (Feria de Malaga). During the Fair, the streets of the city center are adorned with paper lanterns and floral displays. Booths are set up, there are performances for children and adults, music and dance, and decked out horses and carriages attempting to make their way through it all. The sound of flamenco is everywhere, along with less traditional music.

Venturing out of Malaga City along the Costa del Sol (Sun Coast) is a must. Visitors will enjoy the incomparable beauty of towns like Ronda and Mijas, and the luxurious lifestyle of Marbella, to name a few.

Malaga is conveniently connected via high-speed train with Cordoba (50 min), Seville (2 hours) and Madrid (2.5 hours.)

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