Delta Air Lines has drastically reduced its Caribbean network in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but it has maintained service to two Caribbean destinations: San Juan, Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
That means Delta Air Lines is currently operating just two routes to the Caribbean right now: daily flights between Atlanta and San Juan, Puerto Rico; and daily flights between New York-John F. Kennedy International Airport and Santo Domingo.
The moves come in response to a broad shutdown of the region to international travel.
While Delta has continued the aforementioned routes to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, it should be noted that both destinations are in strong lockdown.
Delta is also continuing flights to Mexico, albeit at a reduced frequency, with Atlanta-Mexico City flights and Salt Lake City to Mexico City.
The Atlanta-Mexico City flights are daily, while Salt Lake-Mexico flights are “less than daily operation,” according to Delta.
Delta had been continuing its service from Atlanta to Cancun before suspending that route, too.
“Delta is continuing to make adjustments to scheduled service systemwide based on CDC guidelines, government travel restrictions and reduced customer demand,” the company said in a statement.
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