Delta will fly more than 3,000 daily departures and serve 239 destinations worldwide. This includes 206 markets in the U.S. and 33 internationally.
The airline continues fine-tuning its schedule following recent surges in COVID-19 cases that have slowed customer demand.
Layers of protection introduced include:
- Reducing the number of people on board
- Blocking the selection of middle seats
- Automatically blocking adjacent seats when reservations are completed
- Providing peace of mind with extensive cleaning measures throughout the travel journey
- Requiring face masks across Delta touchpoints at airports and onboard aircraft
Additional Flexibility When Booking
Delta is also offering more flexibility when you book, change or cancel a flight, including:
- Extending the change-fee waiver to new flights purchased through August 31
- Offering the ability to rebook travel for up to two years for customers who purchased flights prior to April 17, 2020, that are pending travel through the end of year
Delta continues enhancing connectivity with more flights through Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis and Salt Lake City hubs. And also gradually building up service in Boston, Los Angeles, New York City (JFK, LGA), and Seattle at a steadier rate.
Continue reading here for additional information on Delta’s flight adjustments.
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