Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) retired all of its remaining B777-200s in the final days of October 2020 as a part of its COVID-sparked fleet simplification drive.

Delta's last B777-200(ER)perated flight was carried out by N862DA (msn 29734) on October 30, 2020, from Tokyo Haneda to Los Angeles Int'l. The aircraft was subsequently ferried for storage at Victorville. In turn, the final flight of a Delta B777-200(LR) was on October 31 - from New York JFK to Los Angeles - operated by N701DN (msn 29740). This twinjet was also ferried for storage at Victorville shortly after.

Delta Air Lines resolved to retire all B777-200s in May 2020, at that time outlining a plan to do so by the end of 2020. The carrier owned eight B777-200(ER)s and ten -200(LR)s. The -200(ER)s were a much older subfleet, ranging from 18.7 to 21.7 years of age. In turn, the -200(LR)s were between 10.6 and 12.8 years old. All 18 aircraft are currently in storage at Victorville, Marana, or Birmingham, AL.

Delta does not operate any other variant of the B777 Family.