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08 June 2016

Just in Time for Tomorrowland 2017, Delta Resumes Nonstop Flights from Atlanta to Brussels

Tomorrowworld may not be returning to Georgia this year and Tomorrowland may be sold out, but that doesn't mean electronic dance music fans can't begin preparing for 2017.

Delta Airlines announced its Brussels-Atlanta service will resume from March 2017, doubling its network from Belgium. Delta currently operates a daily year-round service between Brussels and New York-JFK.

The service, which will begin on 26 March 2017, will be the only nonstop flight between the Belgian capital and Atlanta and will operate daily throughout the summer.

(Delta Airlines resumes nonstop flights to Brussels, Belgium in 2017, making it easier for U.S. electronic dance music fans to visit Tomorrowland. Images courtesy Delta Airlines and Tomorrowland.)
Tomorrowland Belgium, the mother of Georgia's Tomorrowworld festival, is held 30 to 40 minutes away from Brussels annually in July. Tickets for the three-day musical festival typically sell out months in advance.

Delta's service to Brussels will be operated using a 225-seat Boeing 767-300 aircraft. All flights from Brussels are equipped with Wi-Fi, allowing customers to stay connected at 30,000 feet, in addition to complimentary on-demand in-flight entertainment in all cabins. Movies and TV shows can also be downloaded to tablet and laptop devices.

From Delta's two U.S. hubs – Atlanta and New York-JFK – customers will have a combined choice of more than 200 same-day onward connections throughout the United States, including the popular cities of Los Angeles, Orlando and San Francisco. All flights from Belgium are operated in conjunction with joint venture partners Air France, KLM and Alitalia.

Tickets for Delta's flights are available through Delta Air Lines on or via travel agents.

Details about Tomorrowland can be found at