ROMULUS (WWJ) –  Michiganders will now have easier access to fresh croissant. Delta Airlines has announced new year-round service between Detroit and Paris, France.

Previously, the flight was offered only on a seasonal basis. The airline says the expanded Detroit-Paris service means passengers out of Detroit Metro Airport will have more options for travel to one of Europe’s top business and leisure destinations, regardless of the season.

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“The Airport Authority is extremely pleased by Delta’s continued investment in new and expanded air service from their Detroit hub, particularly at a time when airlines globally are so focused on capacity discipline,” said Wayne County Airport Authority Interim CEO Tom Naughton, in a statement. “We work hard every day to make Detroit Metro Airport a cost-competitive and profitable place for airlines to do business, and we’re delighted to see that work pay off in the form of more flights and more options for our community.”

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Delta will operate a robust schedule between Detroit and Europe this summer, with nonstop service to Paris, Amsterdam, London-Heathrow, Rome and Frankfurt.

The new Paris flight will be operated with a 210-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, which features, with 36 seats in BusinessElite, 31 in Economy Comfort and 143 in Economy, through October. For winter 2012, the flight will be operated with a 298-seat Airbus A330-300 aircraft, which features 34 seats in BusinessElite, 32 in Economy Comfort and 232 in Economy.

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