According to the most recent schedule upload, Delta will deploy the 767-400ER to fly from Cincinnati and Raleigh-Durham to Paris (CDG) next summer, marking the first time the most prominent member of the 767-family would fly those routes. The 767-300ER will be replaced by it on the "SkyTeam connections." Raleigh Durham-Paris will resume operating one flight daily for the first time since the pandemic.
In April 1997, Delta opened the Cincinnati-CDG route. Back then Delta's hub was in Cincinnati and the airline also offered service to Zürich, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London Gatwick, London Gatow, Rome, and Frankfurt. Now, only CDG remains. The US Department of Transportation estimates that it has since transported three million travelers to Paris.
There is a total of 238 seats on 767-400ER aircraft:
Switching to Boeing 767-400ER on Cincinnati and Raleigh-Durham to Paris route means a rise of 94% in Raleigh-Durham’s seat capacity and 10% in Cincinnati’s seat capacity.
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