Have you been dreaming of a hassle-free trip to the US from Stuttgart? Get ready to fly again! Delta Air Lines has just resumed its nonstop flights from Stuttgart to Atlanta, making traveling across the Atlantic even more convenient. As an experienced travel journalist, Kevin Erickson shares his insights on the topic.
- Delta Air Lines resumes nonstop flights from Stuttgart to Atlanta on March 28, 2023
- The connection is essential for the economy of Baden-Württemberg and regional travelers
- Around 600 companies in the Stuttgart region have business ties with the US
- Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the world’s busiest, serving over 75 million passengers annually
Goodbye Layovers, Hello Nonstop Flights
During the pandemic, Delta Air Lines offered a connection through Amsterdam. But now, the nonstop flights are back! Flying on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, passengers can expect to enjoy a faster and more convenient journey to the US.
Strengthening Transatlantic Relations
Ulrich Heppe, CEO of Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH, highlighted the importance of the nonstop connection for the economy of Baden-Württemberg and for travelers in the region, as it offers a quicker and more comfortable way to travel.
Dr. Susanne Herre, Hauptgeschäftsführerin IHK Region Stuttgart, also pointed out that the nonstop flight is great news for local companies. The Stuttgart region has a strong relationship with the US, as around 600 businesses have ties with the country. These companies, including large players and SMEs, support the local economy through investments and job creation in their US branches.
Experience Delta’s Premium Select
According to Paul Hassenstab, Director of EMEAI Sales at Delta Air Lines, the nonstop service to Stuttgart is set to offer a comfortable travel experience to both business and leisure travelers. With the introduction of Delta Premium Select, the airline’s newest premium cabin, passengers can enjoy a relaxing flight across the Atlantic.
Stuttgart-Atlanta: A Long-Standing Connection
Delta Air Lines’ first flight to Stuttgart took place on April 27, 1986. Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, which serves as Delta’s home base, is the busiest airport in the world, with more than 75 million passengers per year.
Ready, Set, Fly!
With the resumption of nonstop flights, travelers from Stuttgart and the surrounding region can now enjoy a more convenient and comfortable journey to the US. The strengthened transatlantic connection also offers a boost to the local economy and businesses with ties to the US. Time to pack your bags and book your flight!
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