Delta Suspends Service at These 10 American Airports


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Most of us are probably not planning to fly soon. If you intend to do so and these plans involve Delta, you may need to make some adjustments.

Friday the airline has announced that it will suspend service to 10 airports in the united states until at least September. More specifically, it will no longer be used:

  • Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)
  • Oakland International Airport (OAK)
  • Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR)
  • Long Beach Airport (LGB)
  • T. F. Green International Airport (PVD)
  • Westchester County Airport (HPN)
  • Stewart International Airport (SWF)
  • Akron-Canton Airport (CAK)
  • Manchester Boston Regional Airport (MHT)
  • Newport News / Williamsburg International Airport (PHF)

The service will be suspended from May 13, so if you have planned a flight among them, you will probably need to make some changes. Delta has announced that it will house passengers whose travel has been affected by service suspensions.

All of the airports in question are located in markets where there is another large airport nearby that Delta supports. For example, while Delta will not serve Oakland Airport, it will still serve relatively close to San Francisco Airport.

And if you are flying, remember that you will also need a face cover with you for the ride. Delta with a number of other airlines recently announced that face protection would be required for all passengers on board as well as in the check-in hall, Delta Sky Club, boarding gate and jet bridge.

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