Due to COVID-19, Delta Airlines has halted flights to 16 cities throughout the US. Since the initial periods of the pandemic, the last of the major three airlines have maintained suspensions to that number of destinations. Delta Air Lines paused services to 16 other cities in USA on Wednesday, placing the carrier in the uncomfortable situation of halting further services in far more cities and even further than its immediate rivals. Delta said previously this year that its projected reduction would influence 10-15 percent of its United States’ services.
Aspen, Colorado (ASE), Bangor, Maine (BGR), Erie, Pennsylvania (ERI), Flint, Michigan (FNT), Fort Smith, Arkansas (FSM), Lincoln, Nebraska (LNK), Manchester, New Hampshire (MHT), New Bern, North Carolina (EWN), Newburgh / Stewart, New York (SWF), Newport News / Williamsburg, Virginia (PHF), Peoria, Illinois (PIA), Santa Bar, New York (SWF), Newport News / Williamsburg, Virginia (PHF), Delta, besides that, has still not decided to make an intention to travel to Akron-Canton, Ohio (CAK).
Delta already earlier reported, the operation disruptions will continue until the ending of September. It restored operation to several airports, which include Chicago Midway (MDW), Oakland (OAK), Hollywood Burbank (BUR), Long Beach (LGB), T., where it would have briefly stopped operating. F. Green (PVD) and County Westchester (HPN).
Throughout August, Delta further confirmed whether it would contribute other trans-Atlantic and Pacific wars towards its fall and next spring calendar.
How often are they going to cancel these flights?
Delta might restore services to these 16 cities anytime it wishes, as per the Points Guy; however, no adjustments are probable for at least a month since that is how long it would take the carrier to finish its monthly plans. For starters, if Delta would like resume operation on October 14 to Lincoln, Nebraska, travelers would be expected to see operation resume to Lincoln through December.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian remains inspired as to what he is experiencing, considering the suspension.