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Editor’s Note March 23: Please check here for the latest schedule changes.

March 26 Update

Delta is adding new schedule changes following updated government travel restrictions. These dates remain subject to change due to the evolving nature of COVID-19.

Trans-Atlantic

  • Service from New York-JFK to London-Heathrow suspended as of March 24.

Trans-Pacific

  • Reduced service between Honolulu and Japan (Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka)
  • Service between Los Angeles and Tokyo-Haneda suspended as of April 1
  • Service between Minneapolis and Tokyo-Haneda suspended as of April 1

Latin America and Caribbean

  • Service between Atlanta and Rio de Janeiro suspended as of March 29
  • Service to St. Croix suspended as of March 21
  • Service to Turks and Caicos suspended as of March 25
  • Service to Eleuthera, Bahamas suspended as of March 27
  • Service to Exuma, Bahamas suspended as of March 27
  • Service to St. Thomas suspended as of March 28
  • Service to Nassau, Bahamas suspended as of April 1
  • Service between Atlanta and Lima suspended as of April 5

Hawaii

  • Service between Atlanta and Honolulu suspended as of March 26
  • Service between Minneapolis and Honolulu suspended as of March 26
  • Service between Salt Lake City and Honolulu suspended as of March 26
  • Service between Seattle and Kona suspended as of March 27
  • Service between Seattle and Kauaʻi suspended as of April 2

Canada

As of March 24, Delta has suspended the following routes to Canada:

  • Atlanta to Vancouver
  • Cincinnati to Toronto
  • Salt Lake City to Toronto
  • Salt Lake City to Vancouver
  • Salt Lake City to Calgary
  • Minneapolis to Montreal
  • New York-LaGuardia to Montreal
  • New York-LaGuardia to Ottawa

As of March 27, Delta will suspend the following routes to Canada:

  • Minneapolis to Toronto
  • Minneapolis to Vancouver
  • Seattle to Calgary

As of April 2, Delta will also suspend Atlanta to Montreal.

 

March 23 Update

Delta is adding new schedule changes following updated government travel restrictions. These dates are subject to change.

  • St. Lucia service to operate as exit-only for customers returning to the U.S. through Thursday, March 26.

  • Service between Atlanta and Belize suspending as of Tuesday, March 24. The last roundtrip flight is scheduled for March 23.

  • Service from New York-JFK to Dakar, Senegal suspending after last flight from JFK on Tuesday, March 24. The last flight from Dakar to JFK is scheduled for Thursday, March 26.

Airport Facilities Consolidation

Delta is doing everything we can to deliver a safe travel experience for our customers. While COVID-19 impacts customer demand, Delta is consolidating facility resources at some larger airports where the airline typically operates out of more than one terminal. Notable updates include:

  • ATL: Delta is consolidating gating operations across terminals, minimizing use of portions of Terminals C, D and E.
  • LAX: Check-in counters in Terminal 3 are now closed. Customers checking in bags or needing special services for all Delta flights should proceed to the check-in counters in Terminal 2 even if they are departing from a different terminal. Check-in kiosks and TSA checkpoints remain open in both Terminals 2 and 3, so those customers with carry-on baggage only and no special service needs may proceed directly to their departure terminal.
  • New York-LGA: Check-in for all Delta flights will take place in Terminal C. All customers should check in and pass through TSA security in Terminal C before proceeding to their designated departure gate. Terminals C and D, which are connected by pedestrian walkways, will both continue to operate flights, though, and arriving passengers in Terminal D should continue to use baggage claim in that terminal.
  • New York-JFK: Check-in for all Delta flights will take place in Terminal 4. All customers should check in and pass through TSA security in Terminal 4 before proceeding to their designated departure gate. For customers departing from Terminal 2, follow signs for the JFK Jitney Shuttle for a short bus trip to Terminal 2.

Read more on how Delta is making it easy to change travel plans. More information about Delta’s cleaning procedures can be found here.  

See here for a list of all current schedule changes.

 

March 20 Update

Delta is revising schedule adjustments and adding new changes following updated government travel restrictions. These dates are subject to change.

Revisions

  • Atlanta to Bogota, Colombia will suspend after Sunday, March 22. The last flight from Bogota to Atlanta departs Monday, March 23.
  • Atlanta to Cartagena, Colombia will suspend after Sunday, March 22.
  • Atlanta to Bermuda will operate as exit-only for customers returning to the U.S. through Tuesday, March 24. Service will suspend after that date.
  • Aruba will operate as exit-only for customers returning to the U.S. starting Saturday, March 21 through Wednesday, March 25. Service will suspend after that date.

New Schedule Changes

  • Service to Lagos, Nigeria is suspended starting Friday, March 20.
  • Following the Dominican Republic closing its borders for international arrivals effective March 19, Delta will operate a limited schedule of flights back to the U.S. only.
  • Delta will also operate exit-only service from Bonaire back to the U.S. through March 22. Service will suspend after that date.

Read more on how Delta is making it easy to change travel plans. More information about Delta’s cleaning procedures can be found here.  

See here for a list of all current schedule changes.

 

March 18 (Original Post)

Delta is making additional changes to its Latin American, Caribbean and trans-Atlantic network following the announcements of more government travel restrictions in these regions.

See here for a list of all current schedule changes.

EUROPE

France

Service from Atlanta to Paris-Charles De Gaulle will suspend after Thursday, March 19. The last flight to Paris will depart March 19. The last flight to Atlanta departs Friday, March 20.

Delta will not operate any flights to its Paris hub during the travel restriction period.

AFRICA

Ghana

Service from New York-JFK to Accra will suspend after Friday, March 20. The last flight to Accra departs March 20. The last flight to New York-JFK departs Saturday, March 21.

South Africa

Service from Atlanta to Johannesburg will suspend after Sunday, March 22. The last flight to Johannesburg will operate March 22. The last flight to Atlanta departs Monday, March 23.

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

Chile

Service from Atlanta to Santiago will be suspended beginning Wednesday, March 25. The last flight to Santiago will depart on March 24. The last flight to Atlanta will depart on March 25.

Costa Rica

Delta will operate a full schedule through Sunday, March 22. Between March 23 and April 12, Delta will make the following schedule changes between the U.S. and Costa Rica:

  • Service between Atlanta and San Jose will be reduced to one daily flight from 15 flights per week. Service between Atlanta and Liberia will also be reduced to two flights per week.
     
  • Los Angeles to San Jose service will be reduced from daily to two flights per week, and Los Angeles to Liberia service will be suspended.
     
  • Minneapolis to Liberia service will also be suspended.

El Salvador

Following an initial reduction in service, Delta will now suspend all remaining flights to San Salvador after March 18.

CARIBBEAN

Bermuda

Delta’s service to Bermuda will operate as follows:

  • New York-JFK and Boston to Bermuda service will be suspended between Saturday, March 21 through March 31.
  • Atlanta to Bermuda will continue to operate daily as scheduled.

Grand Cayman

Delta will make the following changes to its Grand Cayman service:

  • Atlanta to Grand Cayman service will be suspended as of March 23. The last inbound and outbound flights will operate on March 22.

    Detroit to Grand Cayman service will be suspended as of March 22, with the last inbound and outbound flights scheduled for March 21.
     
  • Service between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Grand Cayman will be suspended starting March 22. The last inbound and outbound flights are scheduled for March 21.

Changing Your Flight

Delta has waived change fees for customers traveling to, from or through these destinations through April 30. Additional details are available on delta.com.

To help address customers with immediate travel needs, Delta is asking those who do not have travel in the next 72 hours to wait and contact the airline closer to their trip. Customers can also change or cancel a flight anytime before their travel date using My Trips on Delta.com.

To provide even more flexibility, any travel in March or April that expires before April 30 is being extended to enable rebooking and travel until Dec. 31, 2020. If you’re not able to adjust your plans in time and don’t make your flight, your ticket number automatically becomes an unused eCredit within 24 hours that can be used to rebook a flight in My Trips or with Delta Reservations.

Capped Fares

To ensure customers can travel with financial peace of mind, Delta will cap fares to and from all destinations Delta serves throughout the U.S. and Canada through April 30. Delta last week capped one-way fares for travel to and from Europe, the U.K. and Ireland through March 22. These fare caps are in place in all cabins, from Delta One to Main Cabin. 

Providing a Safe and Clean Environment

Delta’s highest priority is to ensure the health and safety of customers and employees. The airline is regularly disinfecting check-in kiosks, ticket counters, gate areas, jet bridges, and more multiple times a day. More information on our cleaning procedures can be found here.  

Comprehensive information and ongoing updates on Delta’s response to the COVID-19 virus is available here.  

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