Delta is planning a relaunch of a number of its Caribbean flight routes in June, Caribbean Journal has learned.
After operating just a handful of routes to the Caribbean in May, Delta Air Lines is planning to operate a total of 16 flights to the wider region next month.
It should be noted that some of the destinations have not yet announced official tourism reopenings (Saint Lucia just announced an official reopening of tourism for June 4).
With the exception of three routes from New York, all of the service is being operated out of Delta’s hub in Atlanta.
Two of the routes, from Atlanta to Bonaire and Atlanta to Aruba, are slated to start in the second half of June, the company said.
“While the June schedule is significantly reduced in comparison to last year, customers will see the return of several major routes, both U.S. domestic and international, which were previously suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Delta said in a statement. “Specific restart dates will vary for previously suspended routes due to the lifting of travel restrictions and other operational requirements.”
All other routes will begin operating before that, a company spokesperson confirmed to Caribbean Journal.
The flights include weekly Saturday service to Bonaire and St Croix.
The relaunch also includes “less than daily service” to destinations including Bermuda, Turks and Caicos, Punta Cana, San Juan, St Maarten and St Thomas.
Daily service will run from Atlanta to Montego Bay and Nassau.
See the full list of routes below.
For more, visit Delta.