DELTA W11 European Service Reductions as of 20AUG11

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As per 20AUG11 GDS timetable display, List of DELTA’s Winter 2011/12 European Service Reduction as follows.

Additional changes remain possible:

Atlanta – Brussels 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – Dublin 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – Madrid 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – Manchester 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – Stuttgart 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
New York JFK – Rome
25SEP11 – 28OCT11 Boeing 767-300ER replace Airbus A330-300
29OCT11 – 23MAR12 Service CANCELLED

Previously mentioned Trans-Atlantic Changes:
Atlanta – Amsterdam Airbus A330-300 continues operation in W11, same as W10. Service extends to Mumbai
Atlanta – Barcelona 5 weekly 767-300ER service (previously planned Daily)
Atlanta – Dusseldorf 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – London Gatwick
01OCT11 – 29OCT11 Reduce from Daily to 6 weekly
30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly

Atlanta – Milan Malpensa Winter operation reduced from 5 weekly in W10 to 4 weekly in W11
Atlanta – Moscow Sheremetyevo 02SEP11 – 24MAR12 Service Cancelled
Atlanta – Munich Boeing 767-400ER continues operation in W11
Atlanta – Paris CDG DELTA operating 2 Daily while Skyteam member AIRFRANCE operates 1 Daily, same as W10
Atlanta – Rome Planned A330-200 service from 30OCT11 to 04JAN12 canceled. Service operates with 767-300ER for entire Winter 2011
Atlanta – Zurich 29OCT11 – 23MAR12 Service Reduction from Daily to 5 weekly (Previous was 6 weekly), except 19DEC11 – 25DEC11 and 01JAN12 – 08JAN12
Boston – London Heathrow Boeing 767-400ER continues operation in W11, previously planned to be replaced by -300ER
Chicago – Paris CDG 5 weekly 767-300ER service, replace AIRFRANCE A330-200
Detroit – Amsterdam DL248/249 operates with Boeing 767-300ER, replace planned A330-300 (A330-200 in W10). Overall service is 2 Daily A330-300 and 1 Daily 767-300ER
Memphis – Amsterdam 03OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 4 weekly. 767-300ER operating
Newark – Amsterdam 29OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly
New York JFK – Amsterdam Boeing 767-300ER continues operating in W11 (A330-200 in W10)
New York JFK – Athens 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
New York JFK – Barcelona 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
New York JFK – Berlin Tegel 03SEP11 – 23MAR12 Service Cancelled
New York JFK – Brussels Boeing 767-300ER replace 757-200 in W10
New York JFK – Copenhagen 12SEP11 – 23MAR12 Service Cancelled
New York JFK – Dublin Winter service operates with Boeing 757, previously planned 767 cancelled (757 in W10)
New York JFK – Frankfurt 30OCT11 – 03JAN12 Boeing 767-300ER operating, replace 757
New York JFK – Madrid 30OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, Boeing 767-300ER operating
New York JFK – Manchester 10SEP11 – 23MAR12 Service Cancelled
New York JFK – Milan Boeing 767-400ER operates Daily service in W11, compared to A330-200 in W10
New York JFK – Moscow Sheremetyevo Boeing 767-400ER replace -300ER (-300ER in W10)
New York JFK – Nice
29OCT11 – 08JAN12 Reduce from Daily to 4 weekly
09JAN12 – 23MAR12 CANCELLED

New York JFK – Prague Winter season operates 5 weekly, same as W10 (previously planned Daily)
New York JFK – Shannon Winter service CANCELLED (4 weekly 757 in W10)
New York JFK – Stockholm 06SEP11 – 23MAR12 Service Cancelled
Philadelphia – Paris CDG 01SEP11 – 23MAR12 Service Cancelled
Pittsburgh – Paris CDG 28OCT11 – 23MAR12 Service Cancelled
Portland OR – Amsterdam 01OCT11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly
Salt Lake City – Paris CDG 01NOV11 – 23MAR12 Reduce from Daily to 5 weekly, same as W10 (Previously planned Daily)

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