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The two new flights begin December 17; prior to that, on October 29, the airline resumes service between New York-JFK and São Paulo on a daily basis

Delta Air Lines is expanding its network in Brazil as demand for travel continues to increase, thereby extending U.S. connections with South America’s largest market, in addition to offering its award-winning customer service.

A second daily, seasonal flight between Delta’s Atlanta hub and São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) will begin on December 17, just in time for the busy vacation season. The route will be operated aboard Airbus A330 aircraft, with four product experiences: Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin. Delta’s popular seasonal route between Atlanta and Rio de Janeiro’s Galeão International Airport (GIG) will also resume on December 17, using Boeing 767-300 aircraft, equipped with Delta One, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin. Delta’s three weekly flights between its New York JFK hub and São Paulo will become a daily service beginning October 29. The operation will be with Airbus A330-300 aircraft, with Delta One, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin. Flights are available for booking at

“As families, friends and business travelers want to reconnect, Delta is excited to increase its service between the states and Brazil and to help travelers get to the places they want to go with our award-winning service,” said Delta Air Lines Brazil Sales Manager Danillo Barbizan. “We are also pleased to introduce our Delta Premium Select cabin on some of our routes in Brazil, which features more spacious seats, a refreshed amenity kit, noise-canceling headsets and other amenities to help travelers reach their destination rested and refreshed.”

With the expanded service, Delta will offer 28 weekly flights between the United States and Brazil, providing customers with convenient connection opportunities to places around the world through the company’s hubs in Atlanta and New York-JFK.

Daily service schedule between Atlanta and São Paulo, including new seasonal flight*

Translated: voo – flight; partida – departure; chegada – arrival

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