Travel Demand: Delta Adds 1,000 Flights Across Network
As the world continues to reopen, Delta is adding almost 1,000 flights across its network in July, boosting connectivity to popular summer destinations and major business markets.
In the US domestic market, Delta will continue to add more connectivity to popular leisure destinations like Florida and throughout the West Coast.
With the non-essential travel ban between the U.S. and Canada extended into July, Delta will continue to operate limited special flights with Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Winnipeg in focus.
In Latin America, Delta will add flights to popular vacation destinations including Cancun, Los Cabos, Montego Bay, Nassau, St. Thomas, and Punta Cana.
Delta also plans to resume previously suspended routes in the Caribbean in high demand for summer like Aruba, St. Maarten, St. Lucia, and Puerto Rico
On the trans-Atlantic routes, Delta is adding four-weekly service from Boston to Amsterdam and daily service from Seattle to Amsterdam. It will also restart Detroit to Paris service.
For the Asia-Pacific region, Delta will restart weekly service from Los Angeles to Sydney in July and will add weekly flights from Atlanta to Seoul-Incheon. It will also operate service to Shanghai (via Incheon) from both Detroit and Seattle.
With several implemented measures, Delta customers traveling this summer can feel confident in a safe experience throughout the journey, from check-in to baggage claim.