The Atlanta-Barcelona and Atlanta-Milan routes have been operating year-round, but Atlanta-based Delta will suspend both after Oct. 26. The airline said it plans to resume the routes in late March.
Even as Atlanta opened its new international terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in May, Delta has been announcing plans to cut international flights. Delta said last month it plans to cut another 5 percent of flight capacity from trans-Atlantic routes, due to the weakened euro and the risk of fuel price spikes, and cut another 1 to 2 percent of flight capacity in the Pacific region.
Source: Kelly Yamanouchi, AJC