WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The largest U.S. airlines are allowing passengers to rebook tickets through April 30 without paying fees to change flights citing uncertainty about traveling during the coronavirus outbreak.
Delta Airlines Inc (DAL.N) said Monday it would waive change fees for customers who had previously booked tickets and are scheduled to travel through April 30.
Delta and other major U.S. airlines previously announced they would waive the change fees for people buying new tickets through March 31. Customers will still be responsible for any change in ticket prices when they rebook.
United Airlines Holdings Inc (UAL.O) said later on Monday it would also waive change fees for people who had previously bought tickets.