Delta Offers Customers Ability to Change Travel Plans in Advance Of Rocky Mountain and Midwest Weather
Airline waives rebooking fees ahead of projected weather impact
ATLANTA, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) is offering customers whose flight plans may be affected by winter weather in the U.S. Rocky Mountain and Midwest regions the ability to make one-time changes to their travel schedules without incurring fees. Delta encourages customers to consider departing earlier, postponing or re-routing their travel to avoid possible inconvenience from expected flight delays and cancellations.
Customers booked on Delta-ticketed flights to, from or through Salt Lake City and Denver International Airports Feb. 20-21 and at 12 Midwest airports Feb. 21-22 may rebook for travel with the same origin and destination. New flights may occur before or after original travel dates as long as they are ticketed and rescheduled for travel on or before Feb. 26
Ticketed travel Feb. 20-21:
- Salt Lake City
Ticketed travel Feb. 21-22:
- Cedar Rapids, Iowa
- Chicago – Midway
- Chicago – O'Hare
- Des Moines, Iowa
- Kansas City, Mo.
- Lincoln, Neb.
- Minneapolis/St. Paul
- Omaha, Neb.
- Sioux Falls, S.D.
- St. Louis
- Wichita, Kan.
Flight delays are likely at airports in locations listed above as a result of forecast winter precipitation including snow and ice. Delta will proactively reduce flight schedules to minimize delays.
Delta encourages customers to make changes and manage their travel at delta.com and using the Fly Delta app. All customers traveling in impacted markets should check their flight status via delta.com or the Fly Delta app before arriving at the airport.
Changes to origin or destination may result in a fare increase, and any fare difference between the original ticket and the new ticket will be collected at the time of rebooking. Customers whose flights are cancelled may request refunds.
Delta will continue to monitor the weather and provide the latest updates at delta.com and twitter.com/DeltaNewsroom.
SOURCE Delta Air Lines