These are the only long-haul routes American, Delta, Hawaiian and United plan to fly in April

23 Mar 2020


American Airlines will fly just three long-haul routes in April. Delta Air Lines will ground more than two-thirds of the carrier for several months, and United Airlines has lopped off 85% of international capacity.


  • Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) – London Heathrow (LHR) and Tokyo Narita (NRT)
  • Miami (MIA) – London Heathrow


  • Atlanta (ATL) – Amsterdam (AMS), Lagos (LOS), London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), Rio de Janeiro (GIG), Santiago de Chile (SCL, resumes April 1), São Paulo Guarulhos (GRU), and Tokyo Haneda (HND)
  • Detroit (DTW) – Amsterdam, Seoul Incheon (ICN), and Tokyo Haneda
  • Honolulu (HNL) – Nagoya (NGO), Osaka Kansai (KIX), and Tokyo Haneda
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – Sydney (SYD, resumes April 11), and Tokyo Haneda
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul – Tokyo Haneda
  • New York John F. Kennedy (JFK) – Dakar (DSS), Lagos, London Heathrow, and São Paulo Guarulhos
  • Seattle Tacoma (SEA) – Seoul Incheon and Tokyo Haneda


  • Honolulu (HNL) – Fukuoka (FUK), Osaka Kansai, Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita


  • Houston Intercontinental (IAH) – São Paulo Guarulhos
  • Newark Liberty (EWR) – Brussels (BRU), Delhi (DEL), Frankfurt (FRA), London Heathrow, Mumbai (BOM), Tel Aviv (TLV), and Tokyo Narita
  • San Francisco (SFO) – Melbourne (MEL), Osaka Kansai, Singapore (SIN), Sydney, Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita
  • Washington Dulles (IAD) – London Heathrow

No comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *