Delta is transforming expectations for cleanliness across airports and on aircraft to deliver a new standard of clean for customers: Delta Clean. Now the global airline is committing to these elevated cleaning measures for the long term.
The U.S. Department of Transportation issued an enforcement notice to airlines last week, saying they are required to provide refunds, not vouchers for future travel, for flights that have been canceled or required a significant schedule change.
With so many canceled flights, airlines are trying to accommodate their customers as best they can. Some travelers were not happy with airline vouchers that expired one year from the issue date. Delta Air Lines is changing that by extending the expiration of vouchers to the end of May 2022.
In an effort to the slow the spread of coronavirus, the U.S. Department of State has temporarily halted its passport services with the exception of travelers who have a "qualified life-or-death emergency." The reduced services went into effect March 20 after the department raised a global travel advisory warning Americans not to leave the country.
For the second time in less than 18 months, Marriott International has experienced a data breach. The breach, which affected up to 5.2 million guests, was accessed through an application used by hotels operated and franchised under Marriott brands to provide services to guests. The company is emailing all those affected, Marriott said in a statement.