Delta waives rebooking fees for storm-affected fliers

  • Article by: SUZANNE ZIEGLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 22, 2009 - 1:27 PM

Customers whose flights are canceled are entitled to refunds. But even those whose flights are not canceled may make a one-time change to their tickets without a fee.

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kahnbentDec. 22, 09 1:18 PM

Glad I'm staying in California this year! Guess my family in Minneapolis should have come to visit me.

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omnicraftDec. 22, 09 1:58 PM

Hard to believe...

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vande23Dec. 22, 09 2:05 PM

Where the heck is American Airlines now too? They need to step up. This one airline at a time thing is dumb,.

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ovenman1992Dec. 22, 09 2:14 PM

Delta will save millions in headaches and revenue if they can get a large number of people to re-book and not be part of the transportation nightmare that we are about to experience. They're not doing it out of a spirit of generosity or kindness.

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chuchitaDec. 22, 09 2:44 PM

Should I rebook for tomorrow night and hope I get out of the cities, or wait and hope my Xmas Eve flight is canceled so I can get a refund?

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rb7316Dec. 22, 09 6:28 PM

I just called Delta and tried to change my flight from Thursday morning to tomorrow evening. The representative informed me that there was a $400 difference in the cost of tickets. Funny how the ticket doubles in price when there's a snowstorm coming.

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