Delta will not resume flights from Atlanta to Marsh Harbour in the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama. 

The airline stopped flying to those Bahamas destinations in September after Hurricane Dorian caused destruction as a Category 5 hurricane. Delta said it will not resume operating the two routes because of extensive hurricane damage. The Marsh Harbour flight was year-round and the Grand Bahama flight was seasonal.

Delta will continue flying into Nassau year-round from Atlanta and New York-JFK and seasonally from Boston, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale and Minneapolis-St. Paul. It will also continue to serve Exuma year-round and North Eleuthera seasonally from Atlanta.

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