Obviously the first half of the year has been tough for the airline industry and airlines have had to make cuts. Delta announced they will stop flying to 11 cities effective July 8th.
- Aspen, Colorado:The Colorado mountain town will lose four routes from Delta, including service to Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Atlanta.
- Bangor, Maine:Bangor will lose two Delta routes, both to New York City area airports.
- Erie, Pennsylvania:Erie is losing its sole Delta route to Detroit.
- Flint, Michigan:Flint will no longer see Delta service to Atlanta, but the airline's Detroit hub is about an hour drive away.
- Fort Smith, Arkansas:Fort Smith will see its number of commercial routes cut in half when Delta leaves and takes its service to Atlanta, with only American Airlines service to Dallas remaining.
- Lincoln, Nebraska:Lincoln is losing two Delta routes to Atlanta and Minneapolis, leaving United Airlines as the sole airline at the airport with service to Chicago and Denver.
- Peoria, Illinois:Peoria is saying goodbye to Delta routes to Atlanta and Minneapolis.
- New Bern, North Carolina:New Bern is losing its Delta route to Atlanta, leaving American Airlines as its sole carrier with service to Charlotte, North Carolina.
- Santa Barbara, California:Santa Barbara will no longer see its connection to Salt Lake City on Delta.
- Scranton, Pennsylvania:Scranton is losing Delta service to Atlanta and Detroit operated by a mix of regional and mainline aircraft.
- Williston, North Dakota:Williston will see its routes cut in half, as Delta is taking away service to Minneapolis, leaving only United Airlines service to Denver.