Delta S19 Long-Haul changes as of 25AUG18

Delta Air Lines during the weekend of 25AUG18’s schedule update adjusted planned long-haul service for summer 2019 season, mostly reflecting last week’s announcement from the carrier. Planned changes as follow.

Los Angeles – Amsterdam eff 16JUN19 Increase from 4 to 7 weekly, A330-300. Los Angeles departure moves to evening hours instead of noon
Los Angeles – Paris CDG eff 16JUN19 Increase from 3 to 7 weekly, 777-200ER replaces -200LR
Los Angeles – Sydney eff 16APR19 New 3-class 777-200LR replaces 2-class, 1 daily (Reflected in recent week’s schedule update)
New York JFK – Berlin Tegel eff 16APR19 Seasonal service begins 2 weeks earlier (compared to 2018). 767-300ER operates daily upon resumption (S18 initially started as 5 weekly in May 2018 then switched to daily by late-May 2018. This was reflected in recent week’s schedule update)
New York JFK – Paris CDG eff 16JUN19  Increase from 1 to 2 daily, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Tel Aviv eff 16JUN19 Increase from 1 to 2 daily, A330-300 operating (Delta previously operated up to 11 weekly flights during summer 2016)
Pittsburgh – Paris CDG Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, previously scheduled from 23MAY19

Previously reported changes:
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 31MAR19 A350-900XWB replaces previously filed 777-200ER
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Seoul Incheon eff 01APR19 1 daily 777-200ER, new route
Seattle – Osaka Kansai
eff 01APR19 Service resumption since November 2013, 1 daily 767-300ER
Tampa – Amsterdam eff 23MAY19 1 daily 767-300ER, new route