Say Bon Jour to France with new flights from U.S.
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
Now that France is open for tourism, Delta Airlines is adding more way for Americans to get there. The carrier is offering twice daily flights from Atlanta to Paris. It is also running a daily flight from New York and three flights a week from Detroit and Minneapolis. And for New Englanders there is daily service from Boston that starts August 5. Delta will also fly a New York to Nice route beginning July 8.
What to know before you go
You will need to show proof of having had a Covid19 vaccination approved by the European Medicines Agency along with a negative COVID test result upon arrival (less than 72 hours for a PCR test or less than 48 hours for an antigen test).
It’s a good idea to review entry requirements for any destination, including whether a vaccination certificate or negative COVID-19 test is required. Check out the details at Delta Discover Map on delta.com or with the official government website of your destination country.
Delta + Air France
Delta, along with its longstanding partner Air France, will offer nine times more flights between the U.S. and France in July than the next largest carriers. Service includes Air France’s newest route between Paris and Denver.
.Open Trans-Atlantic Destinations
For more about trans-Atlantic destinations that are currently open or that will open throughout the summer to vaccinated travelers and/or travelers with negative test see Delta’s Return to International Travel.
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