Updated March 17, 2018 11:33:27Several major airlines have temporarily suspended flights from Miami-Dade and Broward counties, in addition to New York City, in response to Florida Gov.
Rick Scott’s order blocking all travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen from entering the United States.
The U.S. government has also banned all citizens of those countries from traveling to Florida.
On March 10, Delta Air Lines said it was suspending flights to and from Miami, as well as New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia.
And American Airlines is suspending all flights between New York and Miami and New York to Chicago, Miami- Dade and Palm Beach counties.
American has announced it will resume flights to Miami-Coral Gables from March 14.
Delta and American have both said they are not suspending all operations.
The companies say that due to the emergency, they cannot provide additional information about their suspensions.
Delta said that the company has temporarily suspended all scheduled flights to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom, and has suspended all planned flights to Saudi Arabia.
American Airlines has also suspended all flights to Bahrain, Oman and Qatar.
Delta has suspended flights between Miami and Miami- Coral Gades since the state of Florida enacted its travel ban on March 3.
Delta, American and United are among a group of airlines that have suspended or reduced travel to Florida in recent days.
Delta is suspending flights from New York from March 11 to 15, while American is suspending those flights from March 17 to 19.
The company has also announced that all scheduled and non-pending flights between the U.K. and the U-Au will be suspended until further notice.
American said it will also temporarily suspend all scheduled non-stop flights between Washington, DC, and Miami, Miami, Palm Beach and Browards.
American also said it is suspending scheduled nonstop flights from Washington, Washington D. C., and New Orleans to the U.-Au.
Delta also announced it was temporarily suspending flights between Chicago and Miami.
Delta suspended flights with New York’s JFK, Newark Liberty, and New Jersey’s Newark Liberty airports on March 4.
American Airlines said it has suspended nonstop international service between Miami-Miami, New York (including JFK, Liberty, Newark, and Fort Lauderdale) and Miami (including Fort Lauderdale, JFK, Miami Beach, Miami International Airport, and JFK).
American said that it is temporarily suspending nonstop service between New Orleans and Miami from March 10 to 17.
Delta will also suspend flights between Baltimore and Miami between March 10 and 17.