Editor's Note June 16: This schedule has been updated since publication. Details listed below.

Delta's summer schedule continues to be shaped by customer demand, CDC guidelines and government travel regulations. While the June schedule is significantly reduced in comparison to last year, customers will see the return of several major routes, both U.S. domestic and international, which were previously suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Customers traveling with Delta can feel confident in a safe flying experience. In addition to requiring customers and employees to wear face coverings throughout the travel journey, Delta has implemented policies like capping seating between 50 and 60 percent to ensure customer spacing on all aircraft, elevated its cleaning measures to deliver a new standard of clean, and streamlined its in-flight services to decrease touch points on board. Customers also have added flexibility if they need to change their plans.

Here's a snapshot of where Delta is planning to fly in June. This schedule, including routes and frequency, remains subject to change due to the evolving nature of COVID-19. Specific restart dates will vary for previously suspended routes due to the lifting of travel restrictions and other operational requirements. This page may be updated.

U.S. DOMESTIC

Ensuring connectivity for customers with critical travel needs, Delta continues to provide flights to all U.S. hubs and top markets, though frequency is significantly reduced. While Delta has temporarily consolidated operations in some markets served by multiple airports, the airline is adding more flights to its June schedule in comparison to May, primarily in Atlanta, New York and between hubs.

CANADA​

  • Detroit to Montreal (daily)

  • Detroit to Toronto (daily)

  • Minneapolis to Calgary (daily)

  • Minneapolis to Edmonton (less than daily)

  • Minneapolis to Winnipeg (daily)

  • New York-JFK to Toronto (daily)

  • Seattle to Vancouver (daily)
     

LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN

Caribbean

  • Atlanta to Kingston, Jamaica (less than daily restarts in second half of June)

  • Atlanta to Montego Bay, Jamaica (daily service restarts in second half of June)

  • Atlanta to San Juan, Puerto Rico (less than daily)

  • Atlanta to St. Croix (Saturday only)*

  • Atlanta to St. Thomas (less than daily)

  • New York-JFK to San Juan, Puerto Rico (less than daily)

*Service to St. Croix is via St. Thomas. Service exiting St. Croix is non-stop to Atlanta.

Mexico

  • Atlanta to Cancun (daily service restarts in second half of June)

  • Atlanta to Mexico City (daily)

  • Detroit to Mexico City (less than daily)

  • Los Angeles to Los Cabos (less than daily restarts in second half of June)

  • Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta (less than daily restarts in second half of June)

  • Salt Lake City to Mexico City (less than daily)​

TRANS-ATLANTIC

  • Atlanta to Amsterdam (daily)

  • Atlanta to Frankfurt (less than daily)

  • Atlanta to Lagos (less than daily*)

  • Atlanta to London-Heathrow (less than daily)

  • Atlanta to Paris-Charles De Gaulle (less than daily)

  • Detroit to Amsterdam (daily)

  • Detroit to London-Heathrow (less than daily)

  • New York-JFK to Amsterdam (less than daily)

  • New York-JFK to Paris-Charles De Gaulle (less than daily)

  • New York-JFK to Tel Aviv (less than daily)​

*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. Learn more.

TRANS-PACIFIC

  • Detroit to Seoul-Incheon (daily)

  • Seattle to Seoul-Incheon (less than daily)

  • Seattle to Shanghai via Seoul-Incheon (once weekly*)

  • ​Seattle to Tokyo-Haneda (less than daily)

*Delta's restart of passenger flights to China is subject to government approval. We will also operate cargo-only scheduled service from Shanghai to Atlanta and Los Angeles. Read more on our cargo flights to Asia.

Delta's second quarter schedule is 85 percent smaller than last year, with reductions of 80 percent in U.S. domestic capacity and 90 percent internationally.

Delta's May schedule can be viewed here. We will continue evaluating the remainder of our summer service and adjust as needed.​

 

Editor's Note cont'd: As of June 16, Delta has made the following updates to its June schedule.

Routes added:

  • Atlanta to London-Heathrow (as of May 21)

Routes adjusted:

  • Atlanta to St. Croix (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Montego Bay, Jamaica (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Kingston, Jamaica (as of May 29)
  • Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta (as of May 29)
  • Los Angeles to Los Cabos (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Cancun (as of May 29)
  • Minneapolis to Edmonton (as of May 29)
  • Detroit to Ottawa (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Cancun (as of May 27)
  • Seattle to Shanghai via Seoul-Incheon (as of May 25)
  • Atlanta to Montego Bay, Jamaica (as of May 21)
  • Salt Lake City to Mexico City (as of May 21)

Routes removed:

  • Detroit to Ottawa (as of June 21)
  • Atlanta to Panama City, Panama (as of June 16)
  • Atlanta to Aruba (as of June 15)
  • Atlanta to Bonaire (as of June 15)
  • Atlanta to San Salvador, El Salvador (as of June 15)
  • Detroit to Shanghai via Seoul-Incheon (as of June 12)
  • Atlanta to San Pedro Sula, Honduras (as of June 10)
  • Atlanta to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands (as of June 5)
  • Atlanta to St. Maarten (as of June 5)
  • Atlanta to Liberia, Costa Rica (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to San José, Costa Rica (as of May 29)
  • New York-JFK to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (as of May 29)
  • New York-JFK to Santiago, Dominican Republic (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Nassau, Bahamas (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to Bermuda (as of May 29)
  • Atlanta to São Paulo, Brazil (as of May 27)
  • Atlanta to St. Lucia (as of May 21)
  • Atlanta to Bogotá, Colombia (as of May 21)
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