Business Travel News 5/28/2020
United Airlines and Delta Air Lines have extended change fee waivers through the end of June, the carriers announced.
For United, new tickets bought through June 30 for any travel date can be exchanged for travel within a year of the date the original ticket was issued for a ticket of equal or lesser value with no fee. When the ticket is more expensive, travelers pay only the fare difference, although travelers exchanging for fares of lesser value will not be refunded the fare difference.
Delta also is allowing tickets for flights bought through June 30 to be changed without fee for travel within a year of the purchase date. In addition, the carrier is capping fares for domestic travel and travel to Canada through June 30.
American Airlines on Wednesday announced a change fee waiver extension through June 30.
The airline has extended change fee waivers to cover tickets purchased through June 30 for travel through Sept. 30.
Two-thirds of business travelers say they are most concerned about quarantine measures following their trips, according to a survey of 1,260 travelers.