New York is set to send its first plane to the Atlatl International Atlas in Spain for a six-day visit.
The flight will be operated by Spanish airline Alenia Aermacchi.
The Atlatls Atlas will be able to carry more than 2,200 passengers and six crew members.
The Atlas will make its first stop in Madrid on April 12.
The plane will arrive on April 18, 2019.
It will also be the first Airbus A330 to visit the Atlanta airport.
Alenias plane is expected to land in Barcelona on May 16.
The first flights to Spain will be a direct flight from Madrid to Barcelona on April 19, 2020.
The next flight will arrive in Barcelona from June 9 to June 20, 2020, and a connecting flight from Barcelona to Rome from June 23 to June 28.
In 2019, the Atlas flight will take off from Barcelona, fly to Atalanta and land in Atalá, then fly to Palma de Mallorca and arrive at Palma at the end of the month.
The Alenmas aircraft will then depart on June 19 and arrive in Rome on June 20.
It is expected that a third flight will follow from Rome to Palomar, Spain, on June 27.
Alena is a subsidiary of Alenes Aeropromédicas S.A. and is owned by the Spanish airline and state-owned airline, Spain Air Group.
This is the first time that a European airline has flown to the atlas.
The Aermacs flight to Atlatla was initially scheduled for the beginning of 2020 but was cancelled due to bad weather.