Editor’s Note March 23: Please check here for the latest schedule changes.
Editor's Note March 13: Boston and Miami have been added to the list of CDC-approved airports. Service from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Paris and Amsterdam have also been added to the list of route suspensions.
Delta continues to work closely with U.S. authorities following President Trump’s directive on travel between Europe and the United States.
Under the directive, foreign nationals with 14-day prior travel within any of the 26 Schengen-area countries will not be eligible to enter the United States. U.S. citizens, Legal Permanent Residents and certain family members (and other limited exceptions) will be allowed to enter the U.S. through one of 13 CDC-approved airports:
- Atlanta (ATL)
- Boston (BOS) (added March 13)
- Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)
- Detroit (DTW)
- Newark (EWR)
- Honolulu (HNL)
- Miami (MIA) (added March 13)
- New York-JFK (JFK)
- Los Angeles (LAX)
- Chicago-O’Hare (ORD)
- Seattle (SEA)
- San Francisco (SFO)
- Washington-Dulles (IAD)
As a result, the following flights will operate Thursday, will return Friday, and then will be temporarily suspended.
- Minneapolis/St. Paul-Paris (added March 13)
- Minneapolis/St. Paul-Amsterdam (added March 13)
- Salt Lake City-Amsterdam
- Salt Lake City-Paris
The U.S. State Department also issued updated guidance Wednesday recommending that Americans “Reconsider Travel Abroad” due to COVID-19.
Delta continues to evaluate additional schedule adjustments based on customer demand. More details will be shared as soon as possible.
Delta will continue to take care of customers who may be affected by these travel restrictions. Delta is capping fares for travel to Europe. Delta has also waived change fees for customers traveling to, from or through Europe and the U.K. through May 31. Details are available on delta.com.
The safety and health of our customers and employees is always our highest priority. Comprehensive information on Delta’s response to the COVID-19 virus is available here.