Delta issued travel waivers tonight to Australia. It also added more flights to its suspension list.
The airline announced it will waive change fees for customers whose travel involves a Delta destination in Australia through May 31. (Keep in mind fare differences may apply.)
In addition to the previous Latin America destination suspensions posted earlier today, Delta announced this batch tonight:
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.
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.
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.
Also, this amendment was issued:
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.
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.
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