Due to fluctuating changes in CDC guidelines, government travel directives and reduced customer demands, airlines are constantly updating their flight schedules so they can serve the most people and still remain within the guidelines that are placed upon them during the global coronavirus pandemic.
With that, Delta has been making multiple changes to both its domestic and international schedules.
Suspended & Reduced Service
Delta has been continually updating its list of (mainly international) flights that have been suspended from mid-March onward. You can find the most updated changes here.
Where They Are Flying
Although Delta admits the list is fluid and may still change as needed, this is what their international flights currently look like for April:
After significantly reducing service from the U.S. to most of Europe and the U.K., Delta will operate the following schedule to Amsterdam:
- Atlanta to Amsterdam (daily operation)
- Detroit to Amsterdam (less than daily operation)
Delta will operate the following schedule to the Asia-Pacific region:
- Detroit to Seoul-Incheon (up to five times per week)
- Seattle to Tokyo-Haneda (up to three times per week)
- Seattle to Seoul-Incheon (up to five times per week)
Following suspensions in response to government travel restrictions, Delta will continue service to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic:
- Atlanta to San Juan (daily operation)
- New York-JFK to Santo Domingo (daily operation)
Delta will continue to operate to Mexico on the following reduced schedule:
- Atlanta to Mexico City (daily operation)
- Salt Lake City to Mexico City (less than daily operation)
Following recent suspensions, Delta will continue to operate to Canada on the following reduced schedule:
- Atlanta to Toronto (one daily flight)
- Detroit to Montreal (one daily flight effective April 15)
- Detroit to Ottawa (five times per week effective April 15)
- Detroit to Toronto (two daily flights)
- Minneapolis to Calgary (five times per week)
- Minneapolis to Edmonton (four times per week)
- Minneapolis to Saskatoon (four times per week)
- New York-JFK to Toronto (one daily flight)
- Seattle to Vancouver (two daily flights)
Go to this page of Delta’s website for more information.
All the changes are, of course, understandable. The CDC’s mandates have to be followed. You can’t have flights to places that aren’t accepting flights. And it doesn’t make financial sense to have multiple flights to/from places when there are so few people flying.
Strange days, indeed.
*** Feature image (cropped): Delta News Hub/Flickr
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