Delta's June schedule, while significantly reduced in comparison to last year, sees the return of several domestic and international routes, which were previously suspended due to the pandemic.

The carrier said its schedule continues to be shaped by customer demand, CDC guidelines and government travel regulations, according to a statement on May 19.

Expected Caribbean service from Atlanta includes daily flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica, and Nassau; Saturday-only service to Bonaire and St. Croix; and "less than daily" service to Aruba; Kingston, Jamaica; Punta Cana; San Juan; St. Lucia; St. Maarten; and St. Thomas.

However, at least one destination it intended to serve, Turks and Caicos, has not posted an opening date for its airport. Delta said in its statement that all routes and frequencies are subject to change.

From New York Kennedy it expects to operate less-than-daily service to Santiago and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and San Juan.  

The carrier requires passengers and employees to wear face masks on all flights. It has capped seating to between 50% and 60% on each aircraft to ensure social distancing,  and it has implemented elevated cleaning measures and streamlined inflight services to decrease touchpoints on board.

This report was updated May 26 with new information.


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