Delta Air Lines is a major US airline headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and operates a wide range of domestic and international networks. Delta's flights range from London Gatwick Airport, Manchester, Edinburgh, Dublin and Shannon to New York's JFK International Airport, Cincinnati and Atlanta's main hubs.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Continental is the fourth largest airline in the United States.
The airline flies to Newark and Houston from all major UK airports including London Gatwick Airport, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast and Shannon.
Richard Branson's Virgin operates long-haul routes between the UK and North America from London's main base at Heathrow Airport. The airline's bases in London's Gatwick and Manchester airports are smaller. Virgin Atlantic flights to the United States include Newark International Airport, New York JFK International Airport, Baltimore, Washington Dulles, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The AA is the largest airline in the United States and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, adjacent to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. American Airlines operates scheduled flights from London, Manchester and Dublin to Boston, New York's JFK International Airport, Chicago, Raleigh/Durham, Dallas, Miami and Los Angeles.
This British flag airline offers a large number of international flights from the UK to the United States. The airline is one of the preferred airlines from London to New York's JFK International Airport, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington Dulles, Atlanta, Orlando, Los Angeles and more. British Airways also offers flights to Canada, including international airports in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.