German carrier Lufthansa said it plans to resume flights to Atlanta during its summer season, which starts March 28. However, because of the “fluid situation,” it’s unclear exactly when flights will start again, according to a Lufthansa spokeswoman.
A number of other foreign carriers are operating flights to Atlanta, including British Airways, Turkish Airlines and Delta partners Air France, KLM, Korean Air and Virgin Atlantic. Many of them halted flights to Atlanta early on in the pandemic. U.S. carriers Delta, Southwest, American, United, Spirit, Frontier and JetBlue and others also have been operating flights at Hartsfield-Jackson.