- Delta Air Lines is cutting five regional routes as demand continues to lag in small markets.
- Dropped cities include places like Moline, Illinois, and Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- The carrier has also added one new Northeast route and added its newest plane, the Airbus A321neo, to six routes.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is once again making changes to its flight schedule.
On Tuesday, the carrier confirmed to Insider that it has cut five regional routes, including four from Detroit, Michigan, and one from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
“We continue to monitor and adjust our flight schedules as needed on an ongoing basis; staying in line with current customer demand trends,” Delta told Insider.
All routes are either operated by regional partner SkyWest Airlines or Delta’s wholly-owned carrier Endeavor Air. The airline will still serve all five cities from other hubs.
Here is the full list of dropped routes, which was first reported by Flights365.com
- Flights between Detroit and Allentown, Pennsylvania, will end on September 11
- Flights between Detroit and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will end on October 5
- Flights between Detroit and Dayton, Ohio, will end on October 5
- Flights between Detroit and Fort Wayne, Indiana, will end on October 5
- Flights between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Moline, Illinois, will end on October 5