Delta flights to and from Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Paris are expected to be routine Monday. An extended change-fee waiver for customers who wish to make adjustments to their itineraries has been issued covering customers ticketed through Nov. 22.
Delta is closely monitoring conditions in Paris in concert with aviation stakeholders, law enforcement agencies and other government entities, just like it does at locations across its global network. As one way of reinforcing the safety and security of its customers, employees and assets as its top priority, Delta maintains many security practices - both seen and unseen - on the ground and during flight.
12:30 p.m. Saturday
All Delta flights between the U.S. and Paris are scheduled to operate today.
All flights scheduled to operate from Paris to the U.S. had departed as of noon ET. Many of today’s Paris flights incurred departure delays waiting for passengers who passed through additional layers of screening in security lines. No additional delays are expected.
Delta and its joint venture airline partners, Air France and KLM, have recently updated their advisories extending the dates and markets for customers who need to adjust travel to, from or through France.
Delta's Operations team continues to monitor the situation and will update crews and customers in the event of any adjustments to scheduled flights.
Delta and its joint venture partner airlines, Air France and KLM, have issued advisories for customers who need to adjust Paris-related travel.