Wednesday, 20 February 2019

I think I will travel to Rio Using the music for flight..................Delta to return to Rio for winter


For the third winter season in a row, US mega-carrier Delta will be flying down to Rio!  The Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport - New York JFK route will be operated using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft which features 25 Delta One flat-bed seats. With regionally inspired meals paired with wines selected by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson and extra wide in-flight entertainment screens.

The aircraft also offers 29 Delta Comfort+ seats with four additional inches of legroom and 171 Main Cabin seats. Delta has made significant enhancements to the Main Cabin experience including free in-flight premium entertainment, complimentary headphones on international flights and access to Wi-Fi on nearly all flights. All customers will be able to enjoy over 300 movies and 550 TV show episodes alongside music and games on individual seat-back screens or streamed directly to a laptop, tablet or mobile.


The seasonal winter service starts on December 19th 2019, and runs all the way through to March 9th, 2020 on the following schedule:
Departs New York - JFK at 5:49 p.m. and arrives in Rio de Janeiro - GIG at 6:45 a.m.
Departs Rio de Janeiro- GIG at 9:10 a.m. and arrives in New York - JFK at 4:11 p.m.

The seasonal service to Rio de Janeiro is one of Delta's most successful routes, along with current service to other top Latin American business and leisure destinations such as Bogota, Cartagena, Quito, Lima, Santiago, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo.

"At Delta we continuously adapt our network options to meet our customers' demands. Our seasonal route connecting New York and Rio de Janeiro from December to March provides our customers the convenience of a direct flight connecting two leading markets – for business and leisure," said Fabio Camargo, Delta's Director – Brazil. "We remain committed to the Brazilian market and continue strengthening our alliance with GOL – Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes, our partner in Brazil."


(Images Delta)

And I think I will travel to Rio
Using the music for flight,
There's nothing I know of in Rio,
But it's something to do with the night.
It's only a whimsical notion
To fly down to Rio tonight,
And I probably won't fly down to Rio,
But then again, I just might.

Reno? Why Reno?
Not Reno, dummy.
Rio, Rio de Janeiro.
Michael Nesmith