Delta to Enhance Current Schedule Change Policy to Include Additional Flexibility
Delta is making changes to its current Schedule Change Policy to provide additional flexibility for reaccommodating our customers, effective for travel on/after May 13, 2022.
The updated reaccommodation policy for a Schedule Change is as follows:
- The new flight may be rebooked in the same O&D or alternates within 100 Mile radius of the original flight
- Rebook the new flight in the same Class of Service; if same Class of Service is not available, the new flight may be rebooked in the same Cabin (Cabin to Cabin)
- For Main Cabin fares - If the same Class of Service is not available, rebook in the next available class of service, up to Y Class
- All other cabins – The new flight may be rebooked in the same Class of Service if available, or the next available class of service, same cabin
- The new flight may be rebooked two days before or two days after the original flight date (+/- 2 days)
- Reaccommodations must be on a DL-marketed and DL-operated flight or a DL-Connection flight
The previous reaccommodation policy for a Schedule Change:
- The new flights must be rebooked using the same origin and destination, the same class of service and the same date as the original ticket.
Complete details for Delta’s Schedule Change and Ticket Revalidation Policy can be found on the Delta Professional Travel Agency website. Delta’s schedule change policy is subject to change at any time without notice in Delta’s sole discretion.