List of Delta Air Lines destinations

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Delta Air Lines is a major United States airline based in Atlanta, Georgia. As of 01 February 2019, Delta mainline aircraft fly to 241 destinations; when combined with its Delta Connection regional affiliates, Delta-flagged aircraft fly to a total of 328 destinations[1] serving 59 countries across all six inhabited continents. Delta operates a fleet of 764 aircraft with 4,804 flights per day. The airline has eight domestic hub cities and four international hubs.[2]

Destinations[edit]

Delta's commercial flights began on June 17, 1929 from Love Field in Dallas, Texas, to Jackson, Mississippi, via Shreveport and Monroe with three Travel Air six-seat monoplanes. Later that year, flights to Birmingham, Alabama, and Meridian, Mississippi, were added. In 1930 Delta expanded east to Atlanta and west to Fort Worth, Texas. Service ended in 1930 after the "Spoils Conference" and the Post Office awarded the route to American Airlines.[3] In August 1934, Delta resumed passenger services, flying Stinson Trimotors, with a route from Charleston, South Carolina, to Fort Worth, with stops in Columbia, Augusta, Atlanta, Birmingham, and Meridian along the way.[4] In 1941, Delta moved its headquarters from Monroe to Atlanta, to center itself along its new route network that now stretched to Chicago, Miami, and New Orleans. By 1943 Delta expanded its routes to Cincinnati to the north, Savannah to the east, and New Orleans to the south. Delta bought Douglas DC-2s and DC-3s, and in 1940 added flight attendants to the crews. Delta also benefited from "interchange service" agreements with TWA, National Airlines, and American Airlines, which allowed Delta aircraft to carry passengers to airports in Michigan, Florida, and California.[3] In 1953 Delta purchased Chicago and Southern Air Lines with access to a Great Lakes route system in the upper Midwest and the Caribbean.[5] In 1956 Delta began routes to New York with extensions to Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Charlotte.[3]

In 1963 Delta entered an interchange agreement with Pan American World Airways allowing it to fly to Europe; in 1970 the airline entered the "wide-body" jet era. Delta purchased Northeast Airlines in 1972, expanding in the northeastern United States with routes to Canada, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and Miami. In August 1979 Delta was the first airline in the world to board one million passengers at one airport in one month (Atlanta).[3] In 1984 the company started Delta Connection linking feeder airlines flying to smaller cities to Delta nodes. The same year, Delta began flying to Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii, with L-1011s. Delta started flights to Tokyo, Japan, from Portland, Oregon, on March 2, 1987. The following month, Delta merged with Western Airlines of Los Angeles and absorbed its hubs at Salt Lake City and Los Angeles, which brought access to the West, Mexico, and Western Canada and made Delta the fourth largest U.S. carrier and fifth largest world carrier.[3]

In 1991 Delta acquired Pan Am's East Coast and European routes (except its intra-German routes from Frankfurt), becoming the largest U.S. transatlantic carrier—a position it still holds.[6] By 1997, Delta had expanded into Latin America and the Caribbean. Delta maintained a secondary hub at Portland for flights to Asia. Destinations included Bangkok, Fukuoka, Hong Kong, Manila, Nagoya, Seoul, Taipei, and Tokyo. Today, the only Asia operations from Portland is Portland-Tokyo.[7] Delta flies to Beijing, China; Hong Kong; Seoul, South Korea; Nagoya, Japan; Manila, Philippines (via Tokyo); Shanghai, China; and Tokyo, Japan from Atlanta, Detroit, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, Portland, and Seattle. Service from Atlanta to Seoul (Seoul-Atlanta service was resumed in June 2017); and Shanghai was suspended due to weak demand (Delta flights from Atlanta to Shanghai resumed June 2011 but only lasted until January 2012). Delta now serves Shanghai from its Detroit and Tokyo-Narita hubs and Seoul and Singapore from its Tokyo-Narita hub. The airline ended nonstop flights from Detroit to Hong Kong in August 2012.

Delta Air Lines has flown to the cities below; the table does not show cities that have only seen Delta Connection flights.

List[edit]

Hub
# Future destination
* Seasonal
Country (State/Province) City Airport Start End Refs
Antigua and Barbuda St. John's V. C. Bird International Airport Unknown Present
Argentina Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport 2001 Present
Aruba Oranjestad Queen Beatrix International Airport Unknown Present
Australia (New South Wales) Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport 2009 Present [8]
Bahamas George Town Exuma International Airport Unknown Present
Bahamas Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport 1972 Present
Belgium Brussels Brussels Airport 1991 Present
Belize Belize City Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport Unknown Present
Bermuda Hamilton L.F. Wade International Airport 1972 Present
Bonaire (Caribbean Netherlands) Kralendijk Flamingo International Airport 2008 Present
Brazil (Southeast Region) Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport 1997 Present
Brazil (São Paulo) São Paulo São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport 1997 Present
Canada (Alberta) Calgary Calgary International Airport* 1987 Present
Canada (Alberta) Edmonton Edmonton International Airport* 1987 Present
Canada (Ontario) Toronto Toronto Pearson International Airport 1991 Present
Canada (British Columbia) Vancouver Vancouver International Airport* 1987 Present
Canada (Manitoba) Winnipeg Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport 2019 Present
Cayman Islands Grand Cayman Owen Roberts International Airport Unknown Present
Chile (Metropolitan Region) Santiago Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport 2000 Present
China Beijing Beijing Capital International Airport 2010 Present
China Shanghai Shanghai Pudong International Airport 2008 Present
Colombia Bogotá El Dorado International Airport 2001 Present
Colombia (Caribbean Region) Cartagena Rafael Núñez International Airport 2015 Present [9]
Costa Rica (Guanacaste) Liberia Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport Unknown Present
Costa Rica (San José Province) San José Juan Santamaría International Airport Unknown Present
Cuba Havana Jose Marti International Airport 1953
2016
1961
Present
[10][11]
Czech Republic Prague Václav Havel Airport Prague* 1991 Present
Denmark (Capital Region of Denmark) Copenhagen Copenhagen Airport* 1991 Present
Dominican Republic (La Altagracia Province) Punta Cana Punta Cana International Airport Unknown Present
Dominican Republic Santiago de los Caballeros Cibao International Airport 2002 Present
Dominican Republic (Santiago Province) Santo Domingo Las Américas International Airport 1959 Present
Ecuador (Pichincha) Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport 2006 Present
El Salvador San Salvador Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport Unknown Present
France (Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur) Nice Nice Côte d'Azur Airport* 1991 Present
France (Île-de-France) Paris Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport Unknown Present
Germany Berlin Berlin Tegel International Airport* 1991
2017
Present [12]
Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia) Düsseldorf Düsseldorf International Airport 2006 Present [13]
Germany (Hesse) Frankfurt Frankfurt International Airport 1979 Present
Germany Hamburg Hamburg Airport 1989 Unknown
Germany (Bavaria) Munich Munich International Airport 1992 Present [14]
Germany (Baden-Württemberg) Stuttgart Stuttgart Airport 1986 Present [14]
Ghana (Greater Accra Region) Accra Kotoka International Airport 2010 Present [15][16]
Greece (Central Greece) Athens Athens International Airport* 1991 Present
Grenada St. George's Maurice Bishop International Airport Unknown Present
Guatemala Guatemala City La Aurora International Airport Unknown Present
Haiti Port-au-Prince Toussaint Louverture International Airport 1953 Present
Honduras (Islas de la Bahía Department) Roatán Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport 2006 Present
Honduras (Cortés Department) San Pedro Sula Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport 2006 Present
Honduras (Francisco Morazán Department) Tegucigalpa Toncontín International Airport 2007 Present
Iceland (Capital Region) Reykjavík Keflavík International Airport Unknown Present
India Mumbai
Begins December 22, 2019
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport# 2019 Unknown [17][18]
Ireland (Leinster) Dublin Dublin Airport 1988 Present
Ireland (Munster) Shannon Shannon Airport* 1986 Present
Israel (Tel Aviv District) Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport 2001 Present [19]
Italy (Lombardy) Milan Milan-Malpensa Airport 1991 Present
Italy (Lazio) Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport 1991 Present
Italy (Veneto) Venice Venice Marco Polo Airport* Unknown Present
Jamaica Kingston Norman Manley International Airport 1953 Present [20]
Jamaica Montego Bay Sangster International Airport 1954 Present
Japan (Chubu) Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport 1991 Present
Japan (Kansai) Osaka Kansai International Airport 1998 Present
Japan (Kanto) Tokyo Haneda Airport Unknown Present
Japan (Kanto) Tokyo Narita International Airport 1987 Present
Mexico (Quintana Roo) Cancún Cancún International Airport Unknown Present
Mexico (Quintana Roo) Cozumel Cozumel International Airport Unknown Present
Mexico (Jalisco) Guadalajara Guadalajara International Airport 1987 Present
Mexico (Guerrero) Ixtapa Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport 1987 Present
Mexico (Sinaloa) Mazatlán General Rafael Buelna International Airport* 1987 Present
Mexico (Federal District) Mexico City Mexico City International Airport 1987 Present
Mexico (Nuevo León) Monterrey General Mariano Escobedo International Airport Unknown Present
Mexico (Jalisco) Puerto Vallarta Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport 1987 Present
Mexico (Baja California Sur) San José del Cabo Los Cabos International Airport Unknown Present
Netherlands (North Holland) Amsterdam Amsterdam Airport Schiphol 1990 Present
Nicaragua Managua Augusto C. Sandino International Airport Unknown Present
Nigeria Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport Unknown Present
Palau Koror Roman Tmetuchl International Airport* Unknown Present
Panama Panama City Tocumen International Airport Unknown Present
Peru (Lima Province) Lima Jorge Chávez International Airport 1998 Present
Philippines (Metro Manila) Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport Unknown Present
Portugal Lisbon Lisbon Portela International Airport 2017 Present [12]
Portugal (Azores) Ponta Delgada João Paulo II Airport 2018 Present [21]
Puerto Rico San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport Unknown Present
Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport* Unknown Present
Saint Lucia Vieux-Fort Hewanorra International Airport Unknown Present
Senegal (Thies Region) Dakar Blaise Diagne International Airport 2017 Present
Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport 2010 Present
Sint Maarten Philipsburg Princess Juliana International Airport Unknown Present
South Africa (Gauteng) Johannesburg O. R. Tambo International Airport 2007 Present [22]
South Korea (Seoul Capital Area) Seoul Incheon International Airport 2001 Present
Spain (Province of Barcelona) Barcelona Barcelona El-Prat International Airport 1992 Present
Spain Madrid Madrid Barajas International Airport 1992 Present
Spain (Andalusia) Málaga Málaga Airport* Unknown Present
Switzerland (Canton of Zürich) Zürich Zurich Airport 1991 Present
Turks and Caicos Islands Providenciales Providenciales International Airport Unknown Present
U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Croix Henry E. Rohlsen International Airport Unknown Present
U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Thomas Cyril E. King Airport Unknown Present
United Kingdom (Scotland) Edinburgh Edinburgh Airport* 2016 Present [23]
United Kingdom (Scotland) Glasgow Glasgow Airport* 2017 Present [24]
United Kingdom (England) London
Begins 2020
London Gatwick International Airport# 2020 Unknown [25]
United Kingdom (England) London London Heathrow International Airport 1994 Present
United States (Ohio) Akron Akron-Canton Regional Airport Unknown Present
United States (New York) Albany, NY Albany International Airport 1988 Present
United States (New Mexico) Albuquerque Albuquerque International Sunport 1983 Present
United States (Pennsylvania) Allentown Lehigh Valley International Airport* 1991 Present
United States (Alaska) Anchorage Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport 1987 Present
United States (Wisconsin) Appleton Appleton International Airport* 2014 Present
United States (North Carolina) Asheville Asheville Regional Airport 1945 Present
United States (Georgia) Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 1930s Present [2][3]
United States (Georgia) Augusta Augusta Regional Airport 1934 Present
United States (Texas) Austin Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 1979 Present
United States (Maryland) Baltimore Baltimore-Washington International Airport 1956 Present
United States (Louisiana) Baton Rouge Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport 1943 Present
United States (Montana) Billings Billings Logan International Airport 1987 Present
United States (Alabama) Birmingham, AL Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport 1929 Present [3]
United States (North Dakota) Bismarck Bismarck Municipal Airport 1987 Present
United States (Idaho) Boise Boise Airport 1987 Present
United States (Massachusetts) Boston Boston Logan International Airport 1972 Present
United States (Montana) Bozeman Gallatin Field Airport* 1987 Present
United States (Tennessee) Bristol, TN Tri-Cities Regional Airport 1990 Present
United States (New York) Buffalo Buffalo Niagara International Airport 1988 Present
United States (California) Burbank Hollywood Burbank Airport 2019 Present
United States (Vermont) Burlington Burlington International Airport 1972 Present
United States (Iowa) Cedar Rapids The Eastern Iowa Airport Present
United States (South Carolina) Charleston Charleston International Airport Unknown Present
United States (West Virginia) Charleston, WV Yeager Airport Unknown Present
United States (North Carolina) Charlotte Charlotte/Douglas International Airport 1956 Present
United States (Virginia) Charlottesville Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport Unknown Present
United States (Tennessee) Chattanooga Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport 1947 Present [26]
United States (Illinois) Chicago Chicago Midway International Airport 1945 Present
United States (Illinois) Chicago Chicago O'Hare International Airport 1955 Present
United States (Ohio) Cincinnati Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport 1947 Present
United States (Ohio) Cleveland Cleveland Hopkins International Airport 1972 Present
United States (Colorado) Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Airport 1987 Present
United States (South Carolina) Columbia Columbia Metropolitan Airport* 1934 Present
United States (Mississippi) Columbus Golden Triangle Regional Airport 2009 Present
United States (Ohio) Columbus John Glenn Columbus International Airport 1958 Present
United States (Texas) Dallas Dallas Love Field 1929 Present [3][27]
United States (Texas) Dallas Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport 1974 Present
United States (Ohio) Dayton Dayton International Airport 1958 Present
United States (Florida) Daytona Beach Daytona Beach International Airport 1979 Present
United States (Colorado) Denver Denver International Airport 1995[28] Present
United States (Iowa) Des Moines Des Moines International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Michigan) Detroit Detroit Metropolitan Airport 1959 Present [2]
United States (Texas) El Paso El Paso International Airport 1984 Present
United States (Alaska) Fairbanks Fairbanks International Airport* Unknown Present
United States (North Dakota) Fargo Hector International Airport Unknown Present
United States (North Carolina) Fayetteville Fayetteville Regional Airport Unknown Present
United States (Michigan) Flint Bishop International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Florida) Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 1961 Present
United States (Florida) Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport 1979 Present
United States (Florida) Fort Walton Beach Northwest Florida Regional Airport Unknown Present
United States (Florida) Gainesville Gainesville Regional Airport 1991 Present
United States (Michigan) Grand Rapids Gerald R. Ford International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Wisconsin) Green Bay Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport* 2014 Present
United States (North Carolina) Greensboro Piedmont Triad International Airport 1970 Present
United States (South Carolina) Greenville Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport 1985 Present
United States (Mississippi) Gulfport Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Texas) Harlingen Valley International Airport* 2013 Present [29]
United States (Pennsylvania) Harrisburg Harrisburg International Airport 1991 Present
United States (Connecticut) Hartford Bradley International Airport 1972 Present
United States (Colorado) Hayden Yampa Valley Airport* Unknown Present
United States (Hawaii) Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport 1984 Present
United States (Texas) Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport 1969 Present
United States (Texas) Houston William P. Hobby Airport 1953 Present
United States (Alabama) Huntsville Huntsville International Airport 1989 Present
United States (Indiana) Indianapolis Indianapolis International Airport 1953 Present
United States (Mississippi) Jackson Jackson International Airport 1929 Present
United States (Wyoming) Jackson Hole Jackson Hole Airport* Unknown Present
United States (Florida) Jacksonville Jacksonville International Airport 1945 Present
United States (Alaska) Juneau Juneau International Airport* 1987 Present [30][31]
United States (Hawaii) Kahului Kahului Airport 1987 Present
United States (Montana) Kalispell Glacier Park International Airport* 1987 Present
United States (Missouri) Kansas City Kansas City International Airport 1953 Present
United States (Florida) Key West Key West International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Tennessee) Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport 1941 Present
United States (Hawaii) Kona Kona International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Nevada) Las Vegas McCarran International Airport 1961 Present
United States (Kentucky) Lexington Blue Grass Airport Unknown Present
United States (Hawaii) Lihue Lihue Airport Unknown Present
United States (Arkansas) Little Rock Little Rock National Airport 1953 Present
United States (California) Long Beach Long Beach Airport Unknown Present
United States (California) Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport 1961 Present [2]
United States (Kentucky) Louisville Louisville International Airport 1958 Present
United States (Wisconsin) Madison Dane County Regional Airport Unknown Present
United States (New Hampshire) Manchester, NH Manchester-Boston Regional Airport 1972 Present
United States (Florida) Melbourne, FL Melbourne International Airport 1983 Present
United States (Tennessee) Memphis Memphis International Airport 1953 Present
United States (Florida) Miami Miami International Airport 1945 Present
United States (Wisconsin) Milwaukee Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport 1989 Present
United States (Minnesota) Minneapolis Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport 1984 Present [2]
United States (Montana) Missoula Missoula International Airport 1987 Present
United States (Alabama) Mobile Mobile Regional Airport Unknown Present
United States (Colorado) Montrose Montrose Regional Airport* Unknown Present
United States (South Carolina) Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Tennessee) Nashville Nashville International Airport 1969 Present
United States (Louisiana) New Orleans Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 1943 Present
United States (New York) New York City John F. Kennedy International Airport 1957 Present [2][3]
United States (New York) New York City La Guardia Airport 1969 Present [2][3]
United States (New Jersey) Newark Newark Liberty International Airport 1956 Present
United States (Virginia) Newport News Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Virginia) Norfolk Norfolk International Airport 1983 Present
United States (California) Oakland Oakland International Airport 1976
1987
1979
Present
United States (Oklahoma) Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport 1982 Present
United States (Nebraska) Omaha Eppley Airfield 1987 Present
United States (California) Ontario Ontario International Airport 1984 Present
United States (Florida) Orlando Orlando International Airport 1959 Present
United States (California) Palm Springs Palm Springs International Airport* Unknown Present
United States (Florida) Panama City, FL Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport 1991 Present
United States (Florida) Pensacola Pensacola International Airport 1984 Present
United States (Pennsylvania) Philadelphia Philadelphia International Airport 1956 Present
United States (Arizona) Phoenix Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport 1969 Present
United States (Pennsylvania) Pittsburgh Pittsburgh International Airport 1981 Present
United States (Maine) Portland, ME Portland International Jetport 1972 Present
United States (Oregon) Portland, OR Portland International Airport 1980 Present
United States (Rhode Island) Providence T. F. Green Airport Unknown Present
United States (North Carolina) Raleigh Raleigh-Durham International Airport 1969 Present
United States (Nevada) Reno Reno-Tahoe International Airport 1978 Present
United States (Virginia) Richmond Richmond International Airport 1984 Present
United States (Virginia) Roanoke Roanoke Regional Airport Unknown Present [32]
United States (New York) Rochester, NY Greater Rochester International Airport 1989 Present
United States (California) Sacramento Sacramento International Airport 1987 Present
United States (Missouri) St. Louis St. Louis Lambert International Airport 1953 Present
United States (Utah) Salt Lake City Salt Lake City International Airport 1980 Present [2][3]
United States (Texas) San Antonio San Antonio International Airport 1979 Present
United States (California) San Diego San Diego International Airport 1961 Present
United States (California) San Francisco San Francisco International Airport 1961 Present
United States (California) San Jose, CA San Jose International Airport 1976
1987
1979
Present
United States (California) Santa Ana John Wayne Airport 1987 Present
United States (Florida) Sarasota Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport 1979 Present
United States (Georgia) Savannah Savannah International Airport 1941 Present
United States (Washington) Seattle Seattle–Tacoma International Airport 1980 Present [2]
United States (South Dakota) Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Regional Airport 1987 Present
United States (Washington) Spokane Spokane International Airport 1987 Present
United States (Missouri) Springfield Springfield-Branson National Airport 1953 Present
United States (New York) Syracuse Syracuse Hancock International Airport 1989 Present
United States (Florida) Tallahassee Tallahassee International Airport 1983 Present
United States (Florida) Tampa Tampa International Airport 1958 Present
United States (Michigan) Traverse City Cherry Capital Airport* Unknown Present
United States (Arizona) Tucson Tucson International Airport 1987 Present
United States (Oklahoma) Tulsa Tulsa International Airport 1977 Present
United States (Colorado) Vail Eagle County Airport* Unknown Present
United States (Washington D.C.) Washington, D.C. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport 1956 Present
United States (Washington D.C.) Washington, D.C. Washington Dulles International Airport 1962 Present
United States (Florida) West Palm Beach Palm Beach International Airport 1960 Present
United States (New York) White Plains Westchester County Airport Unknown Present
United States (Kansas) Wichita Wichita Eisenhower National Airport 1989 Present
United States (Pennsylvania) Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport 1992 Present
United States (North Carolina) Wilmington Wilmington International Airport Unknown Present

Terminated destinations[edit]

Country (State/Province) City Airport Start End Refs
Austria Vienna Vienna International Airport 1991 2008 [33]
Bahamas Freeport Grand Bahama International Airport 1972
2012
1979
2018
[1] [a]
Barbados Bridgetown Grantley Adams International Airport 2014 2017 [34]
Brazil (Central-West Region) Brasilia Brasília International Airport Unknown 2016
Brazil (Ceará) Fortaleza Pinto Martins International Airport Unknown Present
Brazil (North Region) Manaus Eduardo Gomes International Airport Unknown Present [35]
Brazil (Northeast Region) Recife Recife/Guararapes–Gilberto Freyre International Airport Unknown Present
Canada (Quebec) Montreal Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport 1972 Present [1] [a]
China (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport 1998 2018 [36]
China (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport 1991 1998
China (Taiwan) Taipei Taoyuan International Airport 1988 2017 [37]
Colombia (Aburrá Valley) Medellín José María Córdova International Airport 2015 2016 [1][9]
Curaçao Willemstad Hato International Airport 2007 2010
Dominican Republic (Puerto Plata Province) Puerto Plata Gregorio Luperón International Airport Unknown Present
Dominican Republic (Santiago Province) Santo Domingo General Andrews Airport 1953 1959
Ecuador (Guayas) Guayaquil José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport 2006 2010
Egypt Cairo Cairo International Airport 2008 2011 [38]
Finland (Uusimaa) Helsinki Helsinki Airport 1991 Unknown
France (Île-de-France) Paris Paris-Orly Airport 1985 Unknown
France Pointe-à-Pitre Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport 2006 Unknown [39]
Germany (Bavaria) Munich Munich-Riem Airport 1986 1992
Guam Guam Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport Unknown 2018 [40]
Guyana (Demerara-Mahaica) Georgetown Cheddi Jagan International Airport Unknown Present
Hungary (Central Hungary) Budapest Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport 1991 2012
India (Tamil Nadu) Chennai Chennai International Airport 2005 2006 [41]
India Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport 1991 Unknown
Italy (Tuscany) Pisa Pisa International Airport 2007 2016 [42]
Japan (Kyushu) Fukuoka Fukuoka Airport 1998 2019 [43]
Japan (Chubu) Nagoya Nagoya Komaki Airport Unknown 1991
Jordan Amman Queen Alia International Airport 2008 2011
Kuwait Kuwait City Kuwait International Airport 2008 Present [44]
Liberia (Montserrado County) Monrovia Roberts International Airport 2010 2014 [45]
Mexico (Guerrero) Acapulco General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport 1987 2012 [46]
Nigeria (Federal Capital Territory) Abuja Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport 2010 2012 [47]
Northern Mariana Islands Saipan Saipan International Airport 2010 2018 [48]
Norway (Eastern Norway) Oslo Oslo Fornebu Airport Unknown Unknown
Philippines (Central Visayas) Cebu Mactan-Cebu International Airport 1992 2000 [49]
Poland Warsaw Warsaw Frédéric Chopin International Airport 1992 1999
Puerto Rico San Juan Isla Grande Airport 1953 Unknown
Romania Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport 1991 2012
Russia (Central Federal District) Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport 1991 2017 [50]
Russia (Northwestern Federal District) Saint Petersburg Pulkovo International Airport 1993 Present
Senegal (Dakar Region) Dakar Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport 2007 2017
South Africa (Western Cape) Cape Town Cape Town International Airport 2008 2009 [51]
South Korea (Yeongnam) Busan Gimhae International Airport 2007 2012 [52]
South Korea (Seoul Capital Area) Seoul Gimpo International Airport 1987 2001
Spain (Valencian Community) Valencia Valencia Airport Unknown 2011 [38]
Sweden (Södermanland) Stockholm Stockholm Arlanda Airport 1991 2017 [50]
Switzerland (Canton of Geneva) Geneva Geneva International Airport 1991 Unknown
Thailand (Central Thailand) Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport 1989 1997
Thailand (Central Thailand) Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport 2010 2016 [53]
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain Piarco International Airport 2007 2010
Turkey (Marmara Region) Istanbul Istanbul Atatürk International Airport 1991 2015 [54]
Ukraine Kiev Boryspil International Airport 2006 2011 [38][55]
United Arab Emirates (Emirate of Dubai) Dubai Dubai International Airport 2001 2016 [56]
United Kingdom (England) Manchester Manchester Airport 1991 2017 [57]
United States (Texas) Amarillo Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport 1982 1993
United States (Maine) Bangor Bangor International Airport 1972 2019 [1] [a]
United States (Texas) Beaumont Jack Brooks Regional Airport 1953 1979
United States (Georgia) Brunswick Brunswick Golden Isles Airport 1946 2019 [1] [a]
United States (Montana) Butte Bert Mooney Airport 1987 1994
United States (Wyoming) Casper Casper-Natrona County International Airport 1987 1994
United States (Ohio) Cincinnati Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport 1941 1947
United States (Texas) Corpus Christi Corpus Christi International Airport 1990 Unknown
United States (Colorado) Denver Stapleton International Airport 1977 1995
United States (Indiana) Evansville Evansville Regional Airport 1953 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (Indiana) Fort Wayne Fort Wayne International Airport 1953 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (Texas) Fort Worth Amon Carter Field 1959 1968 [58]
United States (Montana) Great Falls Great Falls International Airport 1987 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (South Carolina) Greenville Greenville Downtown Airport 1945 1962
United States (Mississippi) Greenwood Greenwood Municipal 1953 1958
United States (Montana) Helena Helena Regional Airport 1987 Unknown
United States (Arkansas) Hot Springs Memorial Field Airport 1953 1969
United States (Idaho) Idaho Falls Idaho Falls Regional Airport 1987 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (North Carolina) Jacksonville Albert J. Ellis Airport 2007 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (New Hampshire) Keene Dillant-Hopkins Airport 1972 1975
United States (Alaska) Ketchikan Ketchikan International Airport Unknown Present
United States (Indiana) Kokomo Kokomo Municipal Airport 1947 1950
United States (Michigan) Lansing Capital Region International Airport Unknown Unknown [1] [a]
United States (New Hampshire) Lebanon Lebanon Municipal Airport (New Hampshire) 1972 1975
United States (Texas) Lubbock Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport 1982 1993
United States (Mississippi) Meridian Meridian Regional Airport 1929 1984 [3]
United States (North Dakota) Minot Minot International Airport Unknown Minot [1] [a]
United States (Louisiana) Monroe Monroe Regional Airport 1929 2002
United States (Massachusetts) New Bedford New Bedford Regional Airport 1972 1975
United States (New York) Newburgh Stewart International Airport 1991 1998
United States (Kentucky) Paducah Barkley Regional Airport 1953 1979
United States (Washington) Pasco Tri-Cities Airport 1987 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (Maine) Presque Isle Northern Maine Regional Airport at Presque Isle 1972 1979
United States (South Dakota) Rapid City Rapid City Regional Airport 1987 Unknown
United States (Indiana) Richmond Richmond Municipal Airport 1947 1950
United States (Florida) St. Petersburg, FL St. Petersburg–Clearwater International Airport 1958 Unknown
United States (Indiana) South Bend South Bend International Airport 1992 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (South Carolina) Spartanburg Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport 1946 1960
United States (Missouri) Springfield Springfield-Branson National Airport 1953 Unknown [1] [a]
United States (Indiana) Terre Haute Terre Haute International Airport 1953 1955
United States (Ohio) Toledo Toledo Municipal Airport 1953 1955
United States (Ohio) Toledo Toledo Express Airport 1955 2011 [59]
United States (Texas) Tyler Tyler Pounds Regional Airport 1946 1955
United States (Massachusetts) Worcester Worcester Regional Airport 1972 Unknown
Venezuela (Capital District) Caracas Simon Bolivar International Airport 1953 2017 [60]
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat International Airport Unknown Unknown
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Actively listed on Delta Connection destinations Wikipage; no longer served by Delta mainline.

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