After an eight-year absence, Delta Air Lines has resumed service between Heathrow and Los Angeles.
The daily service, which is a part of the largest-ever summer transatlantic schedule for the American carrier, was last offered in 2015.
Around 4.20 p.m., Heathrow flights will take off, landing at 7.50 p.m., LAX. Return flights leave LA at 8.25 p.m. and land in London at 2.50 p.m. the next day.
This summer, Delta will fly eight non-stop trips from Heathrow, with connections to places like Hawaii, Las Vegas, and Portland among others.
The route, which will supplement Virgin Atlantic’s three daily LAX trips from Heathrow, according to Delta, made its debut at Heathrow in 2008.
At peak times this summer, they will jointly run up to 278 weekly services between the UK and the US.
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