The last flights will be on July 7, and the suspension will extend through Sept. 30, according to Deanne Zachrisson, the airport’s business development manager.
As Noozhawk rreported late last month, Delta was among 15 carriers nationwide to receive tentative approval for exemptions to maintaining minimal service at the airports they serve, which was required under the federal COVID-19 bailout know as the CARES Act.
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, Delta had been offering three daily flights between the two cities, but that had been pared back to a single flight each day.
Santa Barbara previously has seen other reductions in commercial flight schedules.
Contour Airlines, which was flying small regional jets between Santa Barbara and Oakland, Sacramento and Las Vegas, halted its local service at the end of March.
There has been no indication when those flights might resume.