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Delta Ceasing Service to Haiti

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Delta Air Lines will cease operations to Haiti beginning early next year.

According to ALN News, the final flight will take place on January 9 from Port-au-Prince to Atlanta.

Delta spokesperson Susannah Thurston told ALN that a “soft demand environment” led to the change.

Housing stacked Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
(©iStock.com/La_Corivo)

Delta’s served Port-au-Prince since 2009.

Don’t fret, though, if you’re a Delta and/or SkyTeam fan wanting to visit Haiti.: ALN notes that Air France will continue service to Haiti.

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1 Comment

  1. Franco Farko Reply

    Now we’re down to three: American Airlines, Spirit and Jetblue. AA will stay there since they’ve been there forever. I wonder if Jetblue or Spirit will end Haiti service.

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