Delta Air Lines is expanding its service to the Emerald Isle.
The carrier announced on Thursday that it was adding seasonal service between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Dublin, Ireland starting on May 9, 2024. Delta, which is Minneapolis’ largest carrier, will fly the service five times a week on a Boeing 767-300.
“Delta continues to build on its longstanding No. 1 position in Minneapolis with another nonstop option for customers traveling overseas,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President – Network Planning. “With nearly 10 trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific flights flying direct from the Twin Cities, customers have the utmost choice, coupled with our award-winning customer service, when traveling with us.”
The new service joins Delta’s other flights to Dublin, which includes seasonal service from Atlanta and Boston and year-round service from John F. Kennedy International in New York.