Several flight suspensions and reductions were announced today by Delta Air Lines.
Updated, March 15, 10:35 PM EDT and March 16 at 9:55 PM EDT
Detroit to London Heathrow: The final Delta flight from DTW to LHR (which appears to be DL16) departs tonight. The return trip tomorrow will be the last until further notice.
New York JFK to Dublin: The last JFK to DUB trip departs Tuesday, March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day!), with the March 18 return marking the final Delta flight between the two airports.
Los Angeles to Guatemala City: The final flight between the two cities is today.
[UPDATED] Atlanta to Guatemala City: Service between the two airports is suspended as of Tuesday, March 17 through April 19.
Atlanta to Quito: ATL-UIO service will end after the final flight tomorrow, March 16. Service is then suspended through April 19.
[UPDATED] Atlanta to St. Maarten: The final flight between ATL and SXM will now operate on Wednesday, March 18. No word if service will resume on April 1.
[UPDATED] JFK to St. Maarten: The final flight between ATL and SXM will now operate on Tuesday, March 17. No word if service will resume on April 1.
[NEW] JFK to Bogota: Service will be suspended March 18 after the final flight from BOG to JFK arrives. The last flight from JFK to BOG departs March 24.
[NEW] Atlanta to Bogota: Service will be suspended March 25 after the final flight from BOG to ATL. The last flight from ATL to BOG departs March 17.
[NEW] Atlanta to Cartagena: Service will be suspended March 24 after the final flight from BOG to ATL. The last flight from ATL to CTG departs March 23.
Delta also said that one flight daily will operate on the following routes:
- Atlanta to Amsterdam
- Atlanta to London-Heathrow
- Atlanta to Paris-Charles De Gaulle
- Detroit to Amsterdam
- New York-JFK to London-Heathrow
It also noted, “This schedule will continue to provide customers access to multiple destinations throughout Europe through Delta’s expanded joint venture partnership with Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic. Air France and KLM plan to continue their own operations to CDC-designated U.S. airports and are closely coordinating with Delta and Virgin Atlantic as adjustments are made.”
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