Delta and its new flight routes

As everyone knows, the pandemic caused some airlines to cut off a few routes, and tourism was highly affected. After all, tourism has a soft reopening in different countries, and this is something positive to every traveler, business, and airline. Because of this cheerful “normality,” some airlines added new routes to their itinerary. This time, we are talking about Delta, which relaunches new ways to the Caribbean.

As we know, the Caribbean is a must-visit place for its beaches, popularity, and the best location to get away for every traveler. The Caribbean had a significant impact on the pandemic since it relies on tourism and its where people keep on going for vacations. With this news that Delta is relaunching flights back to the Caribbean, it’s making people crazy and excited to travel back to the Caribbean soon.

Four New Routes are starting on June 5th, 2021, which are:

  • Grand Cayman
  • St. Kitts
  • Roatan
  • Bonaire

Most flights will be departing from Hartsfield-JFK Airport in Georgia. Flights to Roatan and Bonaire will be twice a week. To Grand Cayman will be daily, and on Saturdays to St. Kitts. Also, there’s one additional from JFK to Grand Cayman available only on Saturdays.

These new routes will open back tourism in the Caribbean and let more travel to the region. Travelers will enjoy coming back to these top and beautiful destinations.

Remember, every destination has different entry requirements that every traveler must follow.

  • Grand Cayman requires a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of traveling and quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

  • St. Kitts asks for a negative COVID-19 test and to download a contact tracing app.

  • Bonaire requires a negative COVID-19 test result only.

  • As for Roatan, travelers must present a negative Covid-19 test result and complete the precheck form, printed and brought with you to the airport.

For more information regarding entry requirements in Roatan, click on the link below: