Delta's Airline Partners

Virgin Atlantic®


Delta and Virgin Atlantic give you access to more benefits and a seamless travel experience from beginning to end when flying between the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

We are committed to your safety and that of our employees so we have raised our standards at every point of your travel journey by implementing measures to keep you safe and give you more peace of mind.  Delta and Virgin are currently operating from Terminal 2 at London-Heathrow (LHR), meaning simpler departures, transfers and arrivals. 

Since travel looks a little different now, we're here to help you prepare for your trip, so you know what to expect on your next flight. Our trusted partner Virgin Atlantic has taken similar steps, though their policies may vary.

The Latest Virgin Atlantic News 


Virgin Atlantic, Air France, KLM, and Delta have launched their expanded joint venture offering a greater choice of routes and loyalty options when traveling between Europe, the U.K., and North America.

The new partnership provides customers with more convenient flight schedules and a shared goal of ensuring a smooth and consistent travel experience, whichever airline people fly.  The partnership also provides the flexibility to book flights on any of the four carriers through their respective mobile apps, websites, or via travel agents. Customers will enjoy award-winning service, top-tier premium cabin products and complimentary food, drink and seatback in-flight entertainment in all cabins on all trans-Atlantic flights

Delta is building on its position as the leading global carrier in Boston and New York with the launch of two new international routes – nonstop service from Boston's Logan International Airport and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport to London's Gatwick Airport will begin next summer in partnership with Virgin Atlantic.

London-Gatwick will be the eighth nonstop trans-Atlantic destination from Boston on Delta and its partners, who together offer up to 13 daily flights between Boston and Europe. In New York, the additional flight adds to Delta and Virgin's combined eight daily flights to London-Heathrow – and three additional daily flights to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester – from Delta's JFK hub.

Delta and its joint venture partners together offer their customers the most transatlantic flights and seats out of the northeast United States.