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Coronavirus pushes Delta to temporarily scrap service to 10 US airports
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Delta Air Lines announced it will temporarily cut service to 10 U.S. airports as the coronavirus has slowed travel worldwide.
The service suspensions will start May 13 and last until at least September, Delta said Friday. The airline will continue to offer service to another airport in each of the affected markets.
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“These changes will allow more of our frontline employees to minimize their COVID-19 exposure risk while ensuring convenient access to Delta’s network for those who must travel,” Delta said in the announcement.
The affected airports include Chicago Midway (MDW), Oakland (OAK), Hollywood Burbank (BUR), Long Beach (LGB), T.F. Green (PVD), Westchester County (HPN), Stewart (SWF), Akron-Canton (CAK), Manchester-Boston Regional (MHT) and Newport News/Williamsburg (PHF). Delta will also suspend service to Saskatoon International Airport in Saskatchewan, Canada.