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Delta has announced its schedule for June, which sees the return of several major U.S. domestic and international routes previously suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While still significantly reduced in comparison to last year, and subject to change due to the evolving nature of COVID-19, the airline is offering increased routes and frequency as the world adapts to the new normal.

Delta continues to provide flights to all U.S. hubs and top markets, ensuring connectivity for customers with critical travel needs. As reported last week, Delta has temporarily consolidated operations in some markets served by multiple airports, and it is adding more flights to its June schedule in comparison to May, primarily in Atlanta, New York and between hubs.

Canada service will include daily flights from Detroit to Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto; and from Minneapolis to Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg; as well as New York-JFK to Toronto and Seattle to Vancouver.

Caribbean service will include flights from Atlanta to destinations including Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Bonaire, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Turks & Caicos. While Central America service will include flights from Atlanta to Costa Rica, Panama and Honduras.

Trans-Atlantic flights will visit destinations including Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris and London; while Trans-Pacific flights will visit Seoul-Incheon, Shanghai and Tokyo-Haneda. Delta’s restart of passenger flights to China is subject to foreign government approval.

Delta’s second quarter schedule is 85 percent smaller than last year, with reductions of 80 percent in U.S. domestic capacity and 90 percent internationally.

Customers traveling with Delta can feel confident in a safe flying experience. In addition to requiring customers and employees to wear face coverings throughout the travel journey, Delta has implemented policies like capping seating between 50 and 60 percent to ensure customer spacing on all aircraft, elevating its cleaning measures to deliver a new standard of clean, and streamlining its in-flight services to decrease touch points on board. Customers also have added flexibility if they need to change their plans.

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