Delta is growing its Italy network from Atlanta with the start of summer seasonal service from Atlanta to both Milan and Venice. The flights, which operate daily join those from New York-JFK-Venice and Detroit-Rome, which are already in operation for the summer.
A second daily nonstop flight from Atlanta to Rome begins next week, joining the year-round nonstop service. In total, Delta will operate up to seven flights a day from the U.S. to three airports in Italy this summer.
Customers flying to Italy can enjoy a range of new services from Delta this summer, including the opportunity for Delta One passengers to choose their meal in advance. Those traveling in the Main Cabin will receive new menu cards, servicewear and enjoy a complimentary glass of Italian-produced Prosecco sparkling wine.
Following Delta's recent move from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 at Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport, customers enjoy a faster and smoother journey through our Italian hub. Terminal 3 is located closer to Delta's departures from E Gates, meaning customers now have a much shorter walk and more time to explore the terminal where they can take advantage of free Wi-Fi as well as a wide variety of retail outlets and restaurants.