After nearly five months of suspended service, Delta Air Lines has announced it will resume its flights to China. In a press release on Monday, Delta’s President of Greater China and Singapore, Wong Hong, said, “We are excited to resume our services between the U.S. and China, as economic and social activities start to recover.” On June 25, Delta will resume service between Seattle and Shanghai-Pudong via Seoul-Incheon. The flight will operate twice per week on board an Airbus A350 aircraft. In July, the airline will resume once-weekly flights from Seattle and Detroit via Incheon. The flights are already available to book. Delta will implement new health standards when it resumes its flights. All aircraft undergo electrostatic spraying before departure and cabin capacity is blocked at 60 percent in the main cabin to help promote social distancing.