Denver’s Delta Change flight from Denver to Los Angeles will make a full stop in Los Angeles for a full day and a half before returning to Denver for a weekend trip, according to Delta.
That means passengers won’t be able to catch the next big change in the flight schedule, the airline announced Friday.
That’s because Denver’s last stop, Denver International Airport, has been shut down due to a massive wildfire.
Delta has suspended its Denver flights, and travelers will have to check-in at the Denver International terminal.
Denver International is about 50 miles west of Denver.
“Denver International Airport is closed due to the wildfire in the Angeles National Forest, and Delta is suspending all Delta Change flights from Denver,” Delta said in a statement.
“We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
We are providing the best possible service to our customers.”
Delta is not offering refunds, nor are the airlines providing updates on when the flights will return.
Denver is a popular stop for Delta, which has operated flights to and from the airport since 2010.
Delta spokesman Matt Stutzman said Friday that Delta was still waiting for a plan to reopen Denver International.
Denver will return to regular operations at the end of June.