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Delta’s Flight Schedule For June Shows Additions, Removals

by SharonKurheg

Delta’s schedule leading into summer shows significant changes from May, as it continues to be based on guidelines from the CDC and government regulations, as well as by customer demand. There were many more routes in June 2019 than there are in June 2020. However there are several more routes announced for June than were only a month ago, which is definitely a step in the right direction.

All routes for June 2020 are, as always, subject to change. This includes additions and subtractions on an “as needed” basis.

U.S. DOMESTIC FLIGHTS

Delta continues to provide flights to all of its U.S. hubs and busier markets, but the frequency is significantly reduced. That being said, there are more flights in June than in May, mainly in/out of Atlanta, New York and between hubs.

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

(Changes from the May 2020 schedule are noted in italics)

CANADA​

  • Detroit to Montreal (daily)
  • Detroit to Ottawa (daily) (Previously less than daily)
  • Detroit to Toronto (daily)
  • Minneapolis to Calgary (daily) (Previously less than daily)
  • Minneapolis to Edmonton (daily) (Previously less than daily)
  • Minneapolis to Winnipeg (daily) (New!)
  • New York-JFK to Toronto (daily)
  • Seattle to Vancouver (daily)

LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN

Caribbean

  • Atlanta to Aruba (less than daily service restarts in second half of June) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Bermuda (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Bonaire (Saturday only service restarts in second half of June) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Kingston, Jamaica (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Montego Bay, Jamaica (daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Nassau, Bahamas (daily) (Previously less than daily)
  • Atlanta to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands (less than daily) (Previously Saturday only)
  • Atlanta to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to San Juan, Puerto Rico (less than daily)
  • Atlanta to St. Croix (Saturday only) (New!)
  • Atlanta to St. Lucia (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to St. Maarten (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to St. Thomas (less than daily)
  • New York-JFK to Santiago, Dominican Republic (less than daily)
  • New York-JFK to San Juan, Puerto Rico (less than daily)
  • New York-JFK to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (less than daily)​

Central America

  • Atlanta to Liberia, Costa Rica (less than daily service restarts in second half of June)
  • Atlanta to Panama City, Panama (less than daily service restarts in second half of June) (New!)
  • Atlanta to San José, Costa Rica (less than daily service restarts in second half of June)
  • Atlanta to San Pedro Sula, Honduras (less than daily)
  • Atlanta to San Salvador, El Salvador (less than daily service restarts in second half of June)​

(Atlanta to Guatemala City, Guatemala, which was introduced in May, is no longer being offered in June)

Mexico

  • Atlanta to Cancun (daily) (Previously less than daily)
  • Atlanta to Mexico City (daily)
  • Detroit to Mexico City (less than daily) (New!)
  • Los Angeles to Los Cabos (less than daily) (New!)
  • Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta (less than daily) (New!)
  • Salt Lake City to Mexico City (daily)​ (Previously less than daily)

South America​

  • Atlanta to Bogotá, Colombia (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to São Paulo, Brazil (less than daily)

(Atlanta to Buenos Aires, Argentina, Atlanta to Lima, Peru, Atlanta to Quito, Ecuador, and Atlanta to Santiago, Chile, which were introduced in May, are no longer being offered in June)

TRANS-ATLANTIC

  • Atlanta to Amsterdam (daily)
  • Atlanta to Frankfurt (less than daily) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Lagos (less than daily*) (New!)
  • Atlanta to Paris-Charles De Gaulle (less than daily)
  • Detroit to Amsterdam (daily) (New!)
  • Detroit to London-Heathrow (less than daily) (New!)
  • New York-JFK to Amsterdam (less than daily) (New!)
  • New York-JFK to Paris-Charles De Gaulle (less than daily) (New!)
  • New York-JFK to Tel Aviv (less than daily)​ (New!)

*Delta’s restart of service to Nigeria is subject to foreign government approval.

Delta’s Frankfurt and London flights also double as scheduled cargo service.

TRANS-PACIFIC

  • Detroit to Seoul-Incheon (daily) (Previously less than daily)
  • Detroit to Shanghai (daily*) (New!)
  • Seattle to Seoul-Incheon (less than daily)
  • Seattle to Shanghai (daily*) (New!)
  • ​Seattle to Tokyo-Haneda (less than daily)

(Detroit to Tokyo-Haneda, Japan, which was introduced in May, is no longer being offered in June)

*Delta’s restart of passenger flights to China is subject to government approval. They will also operate cargo-only scheduled service from Shanghai to Atlanta and Los Angeles.

As always, this schedule is subject to change. Go to this page to see any future updates/changes.

As we said in April and May, the various 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 (I’m looking at you, Argentina!), and when they do start accepting them, you want to start “low and slow” until you have a better idea of what the market is like at the moment. Flights that were happening last month that aren’t happening this month are a perfect example of using “customer demand” to determine routes. It’s certainly nice to see so many flights that were previously “less than daily” be “daily” now.

If you do happen to fly Delta in June, remember that their boarding process has changed, in order to encourage social distancing.

Feature photo: Delta

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This post first appeared on Your Mileage May Vary

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