Late Friday, Delta said it would operate one daily flight on routes including Atlanta-Amsterdam, Atlanta-London Heathrow and Atlanta-Paris, to provide customers access to destinations in Europe through partnerships with Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic and those carriers’ hubs.
Other routes Delta plans to continue operating are flights to London Heathrow from New York and to Amsterdam from Detroit.
The expansion of the travel restrictions will drive demand down for the flights to the U.K. and Ireland, and Delta said Sunday it would suspend its Detroit-London and New York-Dublin service.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is waiving change fees for travel to, from or through Europe, the U.K. and Ireland through May 31.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin also voiced interest during the White House press conference in considering assistance for airlines, noting the effects of the travel restrictions on the carriers.
The travel restrictions do not apply to air cargo, Wolf said.