Airlines offering Transatlantic Flights
Direct transatlantic flights are now available between cities in Europe and USA, Canada, Mexico, the
Caribbean, Latin and South America. Some flights are also available between the Americas and
Africa. Use this web site to find the airlines offering transatlantic flights suitable for your
business and vacation travels.
Low fare transatlantic flights
Most of the airlines offering transatlantic flights are full fare airlines. However, there are some
discount airlines offering budget priced flights over the Atlantic ocean. Zoom Airlines is unique in
being a dedicated transatlantic low-cost airline. It is expected that the next few years will see
more budget airlines offering transatlantic flights.
Berlin – German low-cost airline with an extensive European route network. Now also
offering transatlantic flights. Routes include Munich to Fort Myers, Dusseldorf to Fort Myers,
Dusseldorf to Los Angeles, Munich to Miami, Dusseldorf to Miami, Dusseldrof to New York, Munich to
Mauritius and Dusseldorf to Cancun.
Airlines – This German airline fly transatlantic flights from Frankfurt to San Jose,
Las Vegas and Orlando in the US; Cancun in Mexico; Havana, Varadro and Holguin in Cuba; Grenada;
Montego Bay in Jamaica; Porlamar in Venezuela; Santo Domingo, Puerto Plata and Punta Cana in the
Dominican Republic; Salvador da Bahia in Brazil; Tobago.
Full fare airlines
The full fare airlines listed here offer long haul transatlantic flights and fly primarily to and
from intercontinental hub airports. Most of the airlines have partner airlines offering regional or
- Aeroflot – Flights between
Moscow and New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Toronto and Havana. Aeroflot has an extensive global
route map based on using Moscow as an hub airport. Aeroflot is part of the Skyteam alliance.
- Air Canada – European destinations for Air
Canada include Dublin, London, Manchester, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich and Rome. Air Canada also fly to
Tel Aviv. Canadian end points for Air Canada atlantic flights are Montreal, Toronto. Edmonton,
Calgary and Vancouver. Hub airports for connecting flights with Air Canada are Vancouver, Montreal
and Ottawa. From these airports you can fly to to a large number of US, Latin American, Caribbean
and South American destinations.
- Air Europa – Offers flights
between Madrid and Latin and South America. The airline is based in Spain and serves a number of
European and domestic destinations. Flights between Madrid and Havana, Cancun, Punta Cana, Santo
Domingo, Caracas, Salvador de Vahia, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires.
- Air France – Transatlantic flights from
Paris to the US, Canada, Mexico, Cuba (Havana), Haiti (Port au Prince), Dominican Republic (Santo
Domingo, Punta Cana), St. Maarten/St. Martin, Pointe-a-Pitre/Guadeloupe and Fort de
France/Martinique. Air France operates a global route network and is especially strong in covering
Europe and Africa.
- Air India – Flights between destinations in
India and the US. Also flights between Europe and the US: Frankfurt/Los Angeles, London/New York and
- Air Italy – Offer flights between Italy and
Brazil and between Italy and the Dominican Republic. Flights from Rome and Verona to Fortaleza and
Maceio, from Milan to Fortaleza, Natal, Maceio, Salvador de Bahia and Porto Seguro. Also flights
from Verona to La Romana in the Dominican Republic.
- Air Lingus – This Irish airline offer
fligths between Ireland and the US. Routes served are Los Angeles/Dublin, New York/Dublin, New
York/Shannon, Orlando/Dublin, San Francisco/Dublin and Washington DC/Dublin.
- Air New Zealand – Operates a route
between London and Los Angeles in California.
- American Airlines – Flights to Europe from Dallas,
Raleigh, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Miami. European destinations include
Dublin, London, Brussels, Frankfurt, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Zurich, Milan, Rome and
Moscow. American Airlines is the largest passenger airline in the world with a strong route network
in the Americas and over the Atlantic ocean.
- Avianca – This Columbian airline
offers flights from Bogota to Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona in Spain.
- British Airways – Flights from London
Gatwick airport to Orlando, Tampa and Atlanta. From London Heathrow British Airways fly to New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, Phonix, Denver, Seattle, San
Francisco and Los Angeles. Canadian destinations for BA flights from London are Montreal, Toronto,
Calgary and Vancouver. Also flights to Mexico City from London. From Manchester UK they operate a
flight to New York. BA destinations in the Caribbean are Jamaica (Kingston), Antigua, Saint Lucia,
Barbados, Tobago and Grenada. In South America British Airways fly to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro
in Brazil from London. British Airways primarily offers long haul international flights.
- Continental – This US airline fly
transatlantic flights from its hub airports in New York and Houston. Continental destinations in the
UK include London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast. Continental fly
to Dublin and Shannon in Ireland. European main land destinations include Oslo, Stockholm,
Copenhagen, Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Lisbon,
Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Rome, Athens and Tel Aviv. From New York Continental also fly to Delhi and
Mumbai in India.
- Cubana de Aviación
– This Cuban airline offers flights from Havana to London, Paris and Madrid. Cubana also
operates routes to Latin American destinations.
- Delta Airlines – US airline operating a large
number of flights between US hub airports and European and African destinations. Delta destinations
in Europe include: London, Paris, Rome, Madrid, Frankfurt, Berlin, Moscow, Dublin, Istanbul, Athens,
Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Lyon, Nice, Barcelona, Malaga, Pisa, Milan, Venice, Prague, Budapest,
Bucharest, and Kiev. In East Asia Continental fly to Tel Aviv, Amman and Mumbai. Destinations in
Africa include Cairo, Casablanca, Dakar, Accra, Lagos and Cape Town. Delta has an extensive route
network covering the US, the Americas and the rest of the world.
- Emirates – This global airline offer flights from
it's hub airport in Dubai to destinations in America, Europe, Aftrica, Asia and Australia. Flights
from Dubai to New York, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston and Sao Paulo. European
destinations served from Dubai include London, Paris, Zurich, Frankfurt, Rome, Athens, and Istanbul.
- Iberia – Spanish airline with flights to
destinations in the US, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Argentina,
Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Equador, Uruguay and Venezuela.
- Icelandair – Offers transatlantic flights
through their hub airport in Reykjavik. Destinations in the US served by Icelandair are Boston,
Minneapolis, New York, and Orlando. Canadian destinations are Halifax and Toronto. In Europe,
Icelandair serves these destinations: London, Manchester, Glasgow, Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona,
Madrid, Milan, berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Copenhagen, Gotheburg, Oslo, Bergen, Stockholm and
- KLM – This Dutch airline is in the process of being
merged with Air France. KLM offers transatlantic flights between it's main hub in Amsterdam and US
destinations New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and
Washington. If you are traveling to Canada, KLM flights are available to Montreal, Toronto and
Vancouver. KLM flights are available to Mexico, Aruba, Bonaire, Sint Maarten and Curacao in the
Caribbean. In Central and South America KLM fly to Sao Paulo, Guayaquil, Quito, Lima and
Paramaribo. KLM will be opening up more flights from the UK to USA.
- Kuwait Airways – Offers transatlantic
flights between London and New York and between Kuwait and New York. Other destinations served by
Kuwait Airways are in North Africa, Middle East and Asia.
- LAN Airlines – Chilean airline offering flights
between South America Europe, Latin America and USA. Also an extensive route network within South
America. LAN Airlines offer flights from Frankfurt and Madrid to Guayaquil, Santiago and Lima. Other
destinations served in South America include Quito, Bogota, Caracas, La Paz, Rio de Janeiro, Sao
Paulo, Iguazu, Montevideo, and Buenos Aires.
– Lufthansa's German hub airports are Frankfurt and Munich. From there they operate
transatlantic flights to the Americas serving US destinations New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Miami, Newark, Orlando, Philadelphia,
Portland, Seattle and Washington DC. Canadian destinations for Lufthansa are Calgary, Toronto,
Montreal and Vancouver. South American destinations are Buenos Aires in Argentina, Sao Paulo in
Brazil and Caracas in Venezuela.
- Northwest Airlines – This US airline offer
flights to Europe from it's hub airports Minneapolis/St. Paul, Detroit and Memphis. Flights to
Amsterdam, London, Paris and Frankfurt. Northwest operates an extensive US route network and also
serve many Mexican and Caribbean destinations.
- Santa Bárbara Airlines –
This Venezuelan airline offers transatlantic flights from Caracas to Madrid, Tenerife and
Funchal. From the SB Airlines hub in Caracas the airline fly to other American destinations like
Guayaquil, Quito, Aruba and Miami. Domestic Venezuelan destinations are Maracaibo, Las Pedras,
Merida, San Antonio de Tachira, Barquisimeto, Valencia and Cumama.
- Scandinavian Airlines – Transatlantic flights
from Stockholm to New York, Chicago and Reykjavik; from Copenhagen to New York, Washington DC,
Chicago, Seattle and Kangerlussuaq/Søndre Strømsfjord; from Oslo to Reykjavik. SAS has an extensive
route network covering the Scandinavian countries of Norway, Sweden and Denmark as well as routes
to many European destinations.
- TAM Airlines – Brazilian airline using São
Paulo Guarulhos International Airport as their main hub airport. Offers atlantic flights to United
Kingdom (London), France (Paris), Spain (Madrid), Italy (Milan) and Germany (Frankfurt). TAM
operates an extensive domestic network in Brazil and also fly to other South American
- Thomas Cook – Flights from the UK to
Canada (Ottawa, Calgary, Halifax, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver), USA (Miami), Mexico (Cancun),
Jamaica (Montego Bay), Domenican Republic (Punta Cana) and Brazil (Salvador).
- ThomsonFly.com – From the UK this airline
offer transatlantic flights to Florida (Sanford), Mexico (Cancun), Jamaica (Montego Bay), Brazil
(Natal), Cape Verde (Boa Vista), Cubra (Varadero, Holguin) and Dominican Republic (Puerto Plata,
Casa de Campo, Punta Cana).
- United Airlines – United's US hub airports are
Washington Dulles and Chicago O'Hare. From these airports United offers atlantic flights to European
destinations including London, Amsterdan, Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Rome and Paris. United Airlines
fly a large number of US domestic flights as well as flights to the Caribbean, South America,
Oceania and Asia.
- US Airways – From their hub airports
Charlotte, Philadelphia and Phoenix US Airways fly transatlantic flights to these European
destinations: Athens, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Edinburgh, Florence, Frankfurt,
Glasgow, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris, Rome, Shannon, Stockholm, Venice
- Virgin Atlantic – This British
airline offers flights between the UK and destinations in the USA: Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los
Angeles, Miami, Nassau, New York, Orlando, San Francisco and Washington DC. Virgin Atlantic also fly
between London and Manchester to the Caribbean destinations of Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Montego
Bay, St. Lucia and Tobago. Other Virgin Atlantic flights are available to Africa and Asia.
Business class only airlines
- L'Avion – Flights between Paris Orly and New
York Newark airports. This airline operates a Boeing 757 airplane fitted with 90 business-class
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