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Delta, its foundation and Delta employees have mobilized like never before: partnering with non-profits, contributing $3.75M, operating relief flights and evacuating people to safety.
Delta teams continue to work with authorities at San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International airport to operate flights within the constraints of the damage caused by Hurricane Maria. Commercial...
Damage and space constraints at Luis Munoz Marin International airport in San Juan continue to limit the number of flights airlines can operate to a total of 10 per day. Delta will operate three...
SJU Humanitarian Flight
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The flight to Puerto Rico brought more than 70 Red Cross aid workers and Delta personnel, along with thousands of pounds of supplies and water.
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“Delta stands in support of the people affected by these hurricanes, as they are the heart of the communities we serve,” Delta's region leader said.
San Juan airport, Sept. 20
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Delta plans to restart operations to Puerto Rico Saturday, with flights between the island and its hubs in Atlanta and New York-JFK International.
B757 after take off
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The airline has capped main cabin, one-way nonstop fares at $199 for flights departing San Juan and several other airports.
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Delta teams are working to provide help to St. Maarten, St. Thomas and other locations ravaged by Irma.
Delta resumes Florida operations and resets Atlanta
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Hurricane Irma drove no further cancellations Tuesday, allowing most Florida operations to resume and its Atlanta hub to work unimpeded.
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These contributions are in addition to the $1 million grant to the Red Cross as an Annual Disaster Giving Program partner and the $250,000 previous donation to support relief for Hurricane Harvey.

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