Delta Airlines has announced that it will end its service between Atlanta and Port-au-Prince, Haiti after the last flight on Jan. 9, 2020.
The Atlanta-based carrier said it will re-accommodate passengers or offer refunds to customers with flights booked on the route after that date.
The airline has served Port-au-Prince since 2009 when it began flights between the Haitian capital and New York.
Delta cited “soft demand” in its decision to suspend the route and said it “must respond to market conditions to maintain its long-term viability.”
Barbara Green, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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