Delta Air Lines is relaunching a daily service from London Heathrow to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), with the inaugural flight set to take off on Sunday (26 March).
The non-stop route, last operated by the carrier in 2015, will be serviced by A330-900neo aircraft, which features four cabin classes, including Delta One Suites and Delta Premium Select.
The Los Angeles route is one of eight daily services between Heathrow and the US operated by the carrier and forms part of Delta’s largest-ever transatlantic summer schedule.
With a fight time of approximately 11 hours, services will depart London Heathrow at 16:20 and arrive at LAX at 19:50 (local time), while return flights are scheduled to leave Los Angeles at 20:25 and arrive into London at 14:50.
Delta’s vice president Europe, Middle East, Africa & India, Nicolas Ferri, said: “As we expand our global network, Delta is building our presence at London Heathrow offering more nonstop choice to our customers with the restart of service to Los Angeles.”