Enhanced Schedule Change Rebooking Policy Now Extended Through January 2022   

Delta has extended its interim Schedule Change Reaccommodation policy for Domestic (U.S. 50 and Canada) departures through January 31, 2022. Previously the policy was extended for travel through November 30, 2021.

In addition to the extension, if the same class of service is not available for reaccommodation, Delta will now allow rebooking into the next available class of service in the Main Cabin, and in any class of service in the same cabin, for other cabins.

As a reminder, the new flights must be rebooked using the same origin and destination, and the same date or one (1) calendar day before or one (1) calendar day after the affected date on the original ticket. This additional flexibility will provide travel agencies and customers with more flight options when assisting with itineraries that have been affected by a schedule change.

To provide travel agencies with additional flexibility when assisting with schedule changes, Delta has eliminated the need for Travel Agencies to enter the following documentation in the endorsement box when reissuing a ticket:

  • SKD CHG DL1234 25JUL2021

For full details on Delta‚Äôs Schedule Change policy and documentation requirements, please visit Delta Professional.

 
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