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With reduced domestic and international flights since the outbreak of COVID-19, Delta Airlines has announced that it will be suspending operations in 11 U.S. markets beginning on July 8. This will account for around five percent of the domestic airports the airline serves to make operations more practical. Just like other airlines and businesses, COVID-19 has affected operations and profits, but for those in the travel and tourism sectors, the hit is that much more intense. Impacted customers will be re-accommodated by Delta and affected employees will be provided with pay protection options through September 30. But until then, we’ll have to continue tracking the Coronavirus pandemic and see how Delta and other airliners respond to reduced and limited air travel. How has airlines suspending operations affected your travel? Let us know by using the #GayTravelToday and #Sagitravel hastags.
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