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Where Delta Airlines Is Flying in May

Customer demand, CDC guidelines, and government travel regulations continue to shape Delta Airlines ’s network schedule.

Customer demand, CDC guidelines, and government travel regulations continue to shape Delta Airlines ’s network schedule. While the airline’s schedule for the second quarter of 2020 is 85 percent smaller than the same period last year, Delta continues to provide essential service to key cities globally along with essential service throughout the U.S.

Customers traveling with Delta can feel confident in a safe flying experience with new policies that make it easier for you to keep a safe distance in the air and on the ground, as well as elevated cleaning measures that set a new standard of cleanliness. Delta is also offering added flexibility if you need to change your plans and free flights for medical volunteers.

Here’s a snapshot of where Delta is planning to fly in May. This schedule, including routes and frequency, remains subject to change due to the evolving nature of COVID-19. Specific restart dates will vary for previously suspended routes due to the lifting of travel restrictions and other operational requirements.

U.S. DOMESTIC

Ensuring connectivity for customers with critical travel needs, Delta Airlines continues to provide flights to all U.S. hubs and top markets, though frequency is significantly reduced.

CANADA

Detroit to Montreal (daily)
Detroit to Ottawa (less than daily)
Detroit to Toronto (daily)
Minneapolis to Calgary (less than daily)
Minneapolis to Edmonton (less than daily)
New York-JFK to Toronto (daily)
Seattle to Vancouver (daily)

LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN

Caribbean

Atlanta to Nassau (less than daily*)
Atlanta to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos (Saturday only*)
Atlanta to St. Croix (Saturday only)
Atlanta to St. Thomas (less than daily)
Atlanta to San Juan, Puerto Rico (less than daily)
New York-JFK to Santiago, Dominican Republic (less than daily*)
New York-JFK to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (less than daily)

Central America

Atlanta to Guatemala City, Guatemala (less than daily)
Atlanta to Liberia, Costa Rica (less than daily*)
Atlanta to San José, Costa Rica (less than daily*)
Atlanta to San Pedro Sula, Honduras (less than daily)
Atlanta to San Salvador, El Salvador (less than daily)

Mexico

Atlanta to Mexico City (daily)
Atlanta to Cancun (less than daily*)
Salt Lake City to Mexico City (less than daily*)

South America

Atlanta to Buenos Aires, Argentina (less than daily*)
Atlanta to Lima, Peru (less than daily*)
Atlanta to Quito, Ecuador (less than daily*)
Atlanta to Santiago, Chile (less than daily*)
Atlanta to São Paulo, Brazil (less than daily*)

TRANS-ATLANTIC

Atlanta to Amsterdam (daily)
Atlanta to Paris-Charles De Gaulle (less than daily)
Detroit to Amsterdam (daily)

TRANS-PACIFIC

Detroit to Seoul-Incheon (less than daily)
Detroit to Tokyo-Haneda (less than daily)
Seattle to Seoul-Incheon (less than daily)
Seattle to Tokyo-Haneda (less than daily)

Delta also operates cargo-only flights between Incheon and Shanghai to Atlanta, Detroit and Los Angeles, transporting medical supplies and other essential items. Learn more.

During its Q1 2020 financial results call, the airline announced reductions of 80 percent in U.S. domestic capacity and 90 percent internationally.

Delta continues evaluating its scheduled summer service and will adjust as needed.

Iuliia Tore