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Delta Cuts Some Flights to Japan Because of Coronavirus

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Delta Air Lines announced this morning it’s reducing several flights to Japan in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

The airline is completely suspending service between Seattle and Osaka, while cutting back on several other routes. The changes are effective March 7 through April 30.

Markets Peak Frequency Frequency from March 7 to April 30
Tokyo-Detroit Daily Daily
Tokyo-Los Angeles Daily Daily
Tokyo-Honolulu Daily Daily
Tokyo-Seattle Daily Daily
Tokyo-Portland Daily 3x weekly
Tokyo-Atlanta Daily 5x weekly
Tokyo-Minneapolis Daily 5x weekly
Nagoya-Detroit Daily 3x weekly
Nagoya-HNL Daily 3x weekly
Osaka-Seattle Daily Suspended
Osaka-Honolulu Daily 3x weekly
Tokyo-Manila Daily Daily (ending March 27)

The announcement comes after two international travel waivers were announced: one for bookings made this month and another for travel purchased prior to March 1.

— Chris

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